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Old 04-25-2005, 12:47 PM   #1
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Point of use water heater

My Bubble has never had a water heater but I would like to install one. I don't have a shower so it would only have to heat enough water to use at my sink. It seems to me that the best option would be a point of use, possibly tankless, unit that would install under the sink. I think propane would be the best option but can't seem to find anything designed for that application. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. TIA

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Old 04-25-2005, 01:16 PM   #2
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Electric "Point of Use" water heaters have a very high current demand. Be careful of your selection.

Possible to install a regular RV style propane water heater?

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I could go with a regular style but it would be nice to just be able to install something small without having to worry about cutting in a vent and other alterations that come with a traditional style water heater. Since I only need it at 1 sink it seems like there would be another option. I've seen a portable unit by coleman, is there something similar to that, that can be installed permanently?
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