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Franke HT-200 Point-of-use Water Dispenser Hot Water Tank

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  • Stainless Steel tank (0.5 gallon) 60 - cup/hr. recovery rate
  • 780 watt element (8.3 Amps)
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Part Number HT-200
Item Weight7 pounds
Product Dimensions8.1 x 6.8 x 11.2 inches
OriginAndorra
Item model numberHT-200
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Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
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Best Sellers Rank #15,690 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableNovember 19, 2008
  
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For use with Franke hot and/or cold water dispensers LB-1000, LB-1080, LB-2080, LB-2060, LB-1070, LB-1060, LB-2060.

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For use with Franke hot and/or cold water dispensers LB-1000, LB-1080, LB-2080, LB-2060, LB-1070, LB-1060, LB-2060.

Customer Reviews

The replacement was a fairly easy install and is working great.
Thomas Dickow
I'll never buy another product from a company that operates this way.
Lynn K. Thompson
The plug screws into the heating element which is inside the tank.
Daniel Druker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Marc D. Perlmutter on February 28, 2012
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I owned a Franke Little Butler. It is the same as this unit. There are about a half dozen suppliers of this identical unit all branded differently, but it is the same guts inside. For $140 bucks you can't go wrong. Mine lasted about 5 years. I could spend $85 to replace the immersion heating element inside the stainless steel tank, but its so easy to disconnect the two hoses, unplug the power, lift up the unit off the wall-mount bracket and be done with it. It should take 1/2 hour. They are cheaply made, so buy two and put one in the garage for 5 years from now. They'll probably double in price; where are you going to get that kind of return for your money? Certainly not at Wells Fargo or Bank of America. Oh, the dripping and steaming another reviewer experienced means they had the thermostat set too high. NOTE: If you are going to go away for a while, unplug this unit...the tank is open to the atmosphere and 190 degree water will evaporate over time. The unit does have a thermostat so it will keep cycling on and off till all the water is gone and your immersion heating element burns out. Another reviewer experienced waiting a long time for the water to come out and low temperatures. This unit fills the tank from the bottom up. Hot water rises above cold water. When the tank is finally full, the overflow rises up the center tube and out of the sink fixture; if it takes a long time, that means it has been some time since it was last dispensed from and/or the thermostat is set high. Use a thermometer in a glass of dispensed water to check the temperature and adjust the temperature setting for 190 degrees.
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57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Captain T on June 23, 2010
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I agree with Mr Vaughn. This is my third replacement in 5 years. The first failed after 2 years, leaking and destroying my brand new cabinet floor. This one is now disintegrating and white material in now in the hot water. Zero customer service from the mfgr. Thanks to Mr Vaughn's review I will search for a replacement from another manufacturer. By the way, i am dissatisfied with all the Franke products (deep double ss sink that stains like crazy, expensive designer faucet that broke in less than 2 years, and the infernal Butler) that I installed in my $100,000 kitchen.Franke : Triflow Series TFT389 Traditional FaucetFranke : Triflow Series TFT400 Traditional Faucet
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By John J. Vaughan on December 23, 2009
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Bought this 5 years ago and had it installed which cost well over $500. It has stopped working and absolute zero customer service. Asked Customer Service how to fix it and was told no you just have to replace it. Nice, $100.+ cost per year for a cheap hot water heater.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Gary Mullennix on January 12, 2011
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The plumbers just left. After 2 years, another Franke Failure. After fixing the same leak last year, I sent away for the kit from Franke and it arrived. The unit began to leak so I called the plumbers and had them install the fix. Problem now is that the inlet has a pressed in washer were can't get to so they have capped it all and I am off to buy another one...but, it won't be a Franke.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Lynn K. Thompson on May 31, 2011
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My Francke little Butler started leaking from the bottom of the heating tank. The written warranty for the entire Francke unit is 5 years with no exclusion or limitation for the heating tank. I called Francke and first they referred me to the manufacturer of the tank, Anaheim, who said their warranty is only for 1 year. I called Francke back and they said if it's the tank, there's only a 1 year warranty. The written warranty they provide is clearly inconsistent with their claim. They then said that "in these circumstances" all they would do is sell me a new tank for 1/2 MSRP (MSRP is 25% above the price you can actually buy a replacement tank on the internet). Bottom line, they don't stand behind their warranty. Sounds like this is a common problem, and rather than stand behind their warranty, they are banking that no one will sue them if they make a small accommodation on the price of a new tank. I'll never buy another product from a company that operates this way.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Allan D. Katz on January 8, 2012
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What can I say that others haven't said. I replaced two leaking tanks, a couple of plastic hoses and had the inside of my kitchen cabinet redone twice because elements of the unit leak. As of yesterday a slow leak had developed from a hose or from the tank and over time had caused mold to grow under the sink ruining the flooring below the cabinet. Even if Franke lived up to their warrantees, why would anybody risk ruining cabinetry without any recourse. I'm thinking of just getting a cold water dispenser and using a tea kettle.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Salimi on December 8, 2011
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When we remodeled our kitchen, we fell for the salesman's recommendation and purchased Franke Sink, faucet, soap dispenser and hot water dispenser. All these cost more than double compared to other brands. We thought we were buying the best-NOT SO!

First the faucet started leaking. I changed some washers and the leak stopped.

Last year the soap dispenser's pump went bad. I picked up another unit from Home Depot for $22, and it has been working great.

This month, when we tried using the hot water dispenser, our kitchen got flooded. I took the tank apart and found out where the leak was. All it needed was a rubber "O" ring where the solid cold water inlet pipe entered the tank.

I called Franke and was told that Franke had no replacement parts and the only solution was to replace the $398 tank.

I took the pipe to the ACE Hardware, bought an "O" ring for .45 cents, came home and put the tank back together with the new "O" ring. Guess what? NO LEAKS!!!!

Any company refusing to offer replacement parts, forcing you to spend almost $400 for a .45 cent part, has nothing in mind but to rip the consumers off.

My suggestion is that, instead of sending your hard earned money to Switzerland and getting ripped off by them, keep the money in this country and buy American.

Frankly, NO MORE FRANKE for us!
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