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Replacing a 40 gallon electric hot water tank with a 60 gallon hot water tank

Hi! I'm trying to replace a hot water tank by upgrading and want to know if I have to change the wiring if iI upgrade.thanks Phil

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Check what the "AMPERAGE" (Amps) is stamped on the info tag on your present heater --- If the number is the same or lower you shold be able to use the same wiring -- If the amperage is lower all you'll to do is lower the amp size of the fuse / braker

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