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Is the junkers WR 11 Gas water heater ok for outside mounting

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No all water heaters need to be mounted inside. Helps with the equipment efficiency, corrosion due to exposure to the elements, possibility of incoming water freezing. It\'s bad on electrical connections, the UV lite is hard on any plastic parts. These things are meant to be installed indoors.

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