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  • #16
    Re: Adding a Recirculating Pump

    Hey chimp 357, saying you're a plumber for Sears and Lowes instantly raises a red flag. Then the 2 different screen names, then the text of your messaage, calling a product "wonderful," that's pretty untypical for a plumber. The paragraph breaks are pretty suspicious, too. Also, it's called a water heater, not a "hot water heater." Starbucks needs a barrista, get outta here ya poser. I hope a moderator deletes you and locks you out. Other than that, you've been a plus to the forum.

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    • #17
      Re: Adding a Recirculating Pump

      I just want seafood. Damn. Must be some sort of genius subliminal fish salesman.

      J.C.

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      • #18
        Re: Adding a Recirculating Pump

        We have been using the Laing ACT303BTW undercounter resurc pump for years the cost is about $ 250 but I have not had a call back yet. keeps the temp at about 85 degrees at the furthest fixture . I will look into the less expensive one though and see how it performs.

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        • #19
          Re: Adding a Recirculating Pump

          Please do not use these on a tankless hot water heater gas or electric.

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