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Topic by wseand posted 02-06-2011 08:10 AM 3301 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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wseand

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02-06-2011 08:10 AM

Topic tags/keywords: question laundry room plumbing parts plumbing

I have a tankless water heater for my Clothes washer, it died when the copper pipe bust all over it. I was wondering if anyone knew of a cheep model I could get to replace it. It is only going to feed the washer and I could live without it so I don’t want to spend much.

Also, I am in the market for a new soft water unit, I have a Kinetico but it needs some work. I was looking for a self contained unit so I don’t have to have the big black tubes and the large brine tank. Any thoughts on a good unit.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

-- Freedom flies in your heart like an eagle...Audie Murphy --Bill Mesilla, NM



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popztoolz

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02-19-2011 03:57 AM

Titan water heaters sold by a company in Florida is an inexpensive one for a replacement. For your size needed, probably less than $200.00 Plus installation costs. Seem to get good reviews.
William G. Yasovsky, Michael Yasovsky Construction, Bellefonte, pa

-- William G. Yasovsky, Michael Yasovsky Construction, Bellefonte, PA

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wseand

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02-20-2011 07:59 PM

Thanks popz I will look into them.

-- Freedom flies in your heart like an eagle...Audie Murphy --Bill Mesilla, NM

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rosemarie

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12-14-2012 06:16 AM

Hallo Wseand. If you want to still here a long time, don’t go around recommending replacement of something that works because of it’s age. Many think that saying it’s old in the report will protect them if it fails and they get sued.

-- http://houston-heaters.com/

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