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  1. I suppose it's a good start until I get a new...

    I suppose it's a good start until I get a new tankless that can handle more volume. If I'm good for a 10-15 minute burst at full hot that will be enough in most situations right now. At some point...
  2. I don't know if I have room for a 40-gallon. I...

    I don't know if I have room for a 40-gallon. I think I only have room for a 20-gallon in the closet. A 20-gallon turned all the way up with a tempering valve I think would handle the short-cycle...
  3. I understand it is getting the water it needs but...

    I understand it is getting the water it needs but is it there a way to force it to flow better regardless of rise? Thus fixing the volume problem?
  4. Thanks for all the responses. Excellent...

    Thanks for all the responses. Excellent feedback.

    To johnjh2o1: It is the endless hotwater that we are after, it's not an effeciency thing and from what I understand there is not a standard tank...
  5. Install Electric WH in series with existing tankless

    Hello all,

    I have learned a lot from this forum and I have a few questions:

    I have an existing tankless HW heater, the Bosch Aquastar 125HX (Yeah it's pretty bad). The wife loves the endless...
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