On Sep 24, 10:26 am, philip.a.hildebrandt_at_boeing_dot firstname.lastname@example.org
(tony hildebrandt) wrote:
Not familiar with that particular model, but in the instant hot water
units I've seen, if a plastic fitting that is part of the plastic tank
broke, it's time for a new one because it;s not worth it to replace
the tank. The ones I've had generally only last 5-7 years.
When the last one died, I got fed up and didn't replace it at all.
They are a nice convenience feature, but I didn't use it enough to
make it worthwhile. Also, like any tank water heater, after a
couple years, enough mineral crap builds up inside so the water tastes
like crap. I use an electric kettle instead now.
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