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Old 01-18-2007
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Hot Water Heater Usage

The last thing I have to hook up to the new AC wiring is the Hot Water Heater. While I do use it at the dock, I found myself simply heating water on the stove while out. The water never seemed to get all that hot when running off the heat exchanger. What I'm thinking, at this point, is just taking it off the boat. (From the looks of it, it's the original one, so about 22 yrs old.)

The options are, leave it, replace it, do without, or get one of the "instant" types (electric) for at the dock usage. I'm wondering what others find is their usage of the hot water heater away from the dock.

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