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    Follow up

    I know it just doesn't seem right to have water there but it's there for a reason. The water apparently lubricates the rubber seals in the unit and pump. I read somewhere that if you are going to...
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    I should have asked how much water and where it is located......

    Is the water you are talking about in the filter well? If so, then it is normal. I always have a little bit of water in the filter well that remains there constantly. When I first got the...
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    I am neither an expert nor a plumber

    but I am a Bosch dishwasher owner and recently had the very same problem. My dishwasher is about 6 years old. The pump had to be replaced and it cost about $200. The repairman also recommended...
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    Ah California....

    lol! Hurricanes vs. Fires and Earthquakes. I lived in California for two years in the late 1970s - in a handmade cabin in Canyon (located between Montclair and Moraga - near Oakland). Beautiful...
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    Wh

    That is an interesting story! I think we do have a lot of passive solar gain in the attic. In fact, here is a question I have been mulling over: Assuming that insulation keeps the heat from...
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    Lol!

    Tell that to my husband. I would turn it off in a sec. Already I had a battle with him to keep it at 80 degrees (which is pretty pleasant to me).
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    This is a surprise

    My husband and I just took an energy audit given by TECo electric and discovered something shocking. We average $125 on water heater charges a year and our dryer charges are about $40. The biggest...
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    Am I being irrational?

    Here's the deal. In Tampa, the gas company will trench the gas in for free as long as we run two appliances. There is a $525 conservation rebate for water heater and $100 each for gas stove and gas...
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    Decision has been made

    We got another plumber over this morning and his quote was around $900 to install a Rheem (he would decommission the old tank but not remove it from the attic). So we told him to go ahead. We will...
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    About price

    I was quoted $1,400 for a 40 gallon Rheem, which included a $200 extra attachment (don't remember what it's called, but it's necessary for code purposes - if I refuse to get it I have to sign a...
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    This is getting ugly.....

    In the middle of this water heater problem, another problem developed. We thought it was unrelated. We had a strange leak in the corner of our dining room. We had a plumber come over and he...
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    Water Heater

    Thanks for replying! Regarding the electric tankless, I am in Tampa FL. Does that make a difference?
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    Water Heater About to Blow - Need advice!

    I am in a pickle! I was so happy because I was getting ready to convert to gas. I was planning to buy a gas tankless water heater. Unfortunately my happiness is fading fast. It will take about a...
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