Question about Bosch 2400ES LP AquaStar 6.4 GPM Indoor Tankless Liquid Propane Water Heate
I have a bosch tankless hot water heater, to be able to heat two appliance. Since we installed it, we've had to run two appliances to have hot water. We've been told, we do not have enough pressure, to remove all water saver devices in faucets. We did so except we were unable to remove kitchen faucet. It's getting rediculas running water in one sink to get hot water in another sink. Any suggestions? Thanks
You can put in a circulatating pump that is controller with a timer and a thermostat so the when yo need heat water the most its readilly available and when you don't it's off, the only thinsg thing that you would have to do it tye in the supply and the return and then insulate the pipes.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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