80 gallon water tanks now have integrated heat pumps
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  Re: RE: 80 gallon water tanks now have integrated heat pumps by EricU (crockett, was that a...)
(06-26-2018, 01:16 PM)EricU Wrote: crockett, was that a GE? Seriously unimpressed with them after my experience.  I thought about buying a Rheem, but I had enough.  Although the next one will probably be a heat pump, unless we move.  Ours is "energy saving" in that it will turn down the temp on a timer.  I should probably figure out how to make that work.

I don't  think so.  I don't remember the brand but I'm pretty sure it wasn't a GE.  Do you want me to ask?  I'll say I was impressed they had customer service people answering the phone on a Saturday evening.  Their tech support concluded he needed  a new board, which had to wait until shops were open Monday for him to get one.
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  Re: 80 gallon water tanks now have integrated heat pumps by bsheffer (Again, I must have b...)
if they had service available at that time it probably wasn't GE Smile


Not that important to me, I don't think I'll buy for the next 10 years or so
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  Re: 80 gallon water tanks now have integrated heat pumps by bsheffer (Again, I must have b...)
Timely thread.  I'm WAYYY overdue in replacing my water heater.   Uhoh
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  Re: 80 gallon water tanks now have integrated heat pumps by bsheffer (Again, I must have b...)
Why not put in a tankless unit or two if needed?
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