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I started this in someone's holiday wish list thread, so I thought I would put it in this blog before it gets lost in the depths of the forum sea. I'll add to it over time so that I will have an updated reminder of the things I plan to own sooner or later:

 

New house

SETS Systems Electric Tankless Water Heaters

Tempur-Pedic Adjustable Bed

Recumbent Exercise Bike

VersaClimber

Life Field Polarizer (have 2, but would like 2 or 3 more)

Solarizer Beamer

Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth (VHS)

The Alexander Technique (DVD)

Putting Challenge Ultimate Edition Electronic Miniature Golf

Xbox 360

GE Advantium

MegaWave antenna

Select-A-Tenna

GarageTek garage organization system

EarthBox

Garden Groom Safety Hedge Trimmer

True Mirror

Little Giant Ladder

AirFX

 

 

I'll add more things to the list as I think of them.

 

 

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One caution I've seen for the tankless water heaters is they burn fuel at a very high rate when they are on. So much so that you may need a larger gas line.

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One caution I've seen for the tankless water heaters is they burn fuel at a very high rate when they are on.  So much so that you may need a larger gas line.

The one I mentioned is electric. It does not use gas.

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One caution I've seen for the tankless water heaters is they burn fuel at a very high rate when they are on.  So much so that you may need a larger gas line.

The one I mentioned is electric. It does not use gas.

But there's no way your existing home wiring can handle one of these (needs 16-27 kW.) Most existing water heaters are wired with 8 or 10 gauge wire, which will do maybe 6-8 kW. So you'll need to upgrade something either way.

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But there's no way your existing home wiring can handle one of these (needs 16-27 kW.)  Most existing water heaters are wired with 8 or 10 gauge wire, which will do maybe 6-8 kW.  So you'll need to upgrade something either way.

Yeah. 220... 221, whatever it takes.

 

If I was ever rich enough to use these, I'd probably have a new house built with the appropriate wiring.

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