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Should the red lights be flashing or be on steady

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A solid light is what you actually want.
If you have a blinking light, the unit is unable to keep up with the flow of water.
Slowly turn on the hot water for your bathtub until the light starts to blink to find your limit. in other words your tankless heater is too small for your needs.
The 24 model is more for houses with showers or slower flow.
The 36 or higher model has 3 sets of heaters to be used with a bath, higher flow.

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