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Re: Water Heater Heads Up--Wiring Hazard

Another vote for Raritan. Good company, good products, and I have gotten excellent customer service from them. Sometimes you get what you pay for, and as you will (hopefully) be living with the water for a while, the amortised costs isn't too bad (although the initial sticker shock is!!)

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