Rinnai V65EP Tankless Hot Water Heater

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Rinnai V65EP Tankless Hot Water Heater, 6.5 GPM, Propane, Outdoor Installation
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  • 71 REVIEWS EASY TO INSTALL
  • 27 REVIEWS MAKE SURE
  • 74 REVIEWS TANKLESS WATER
  • 35 REVIEWS GAS LINE
  • 17 REVIEWS NATURAL GAS
  • 14 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 12 REVIEWS VALVE KIT
  • 168 REVIEWS WATER HEATERS
  • 16 REVIEWS ENDLESS HOT
  • 7 REVIEWS WASHING MACHINE
  • 32 REVIEWS RUN OUT OF HOT
  • 7 REVIEWS TECH SUPPORT
  • 26 REVIEWS WATER PRESSURE
  • 4 REVIEWS CIRCUIT BOARD
  • 29 REVIEWS OLD UNIT
  • 24 REVIEWS NEVER RUN
  • 7 REVIEWS KITCHEN SINK
  • 16 REVIEWS GAS SUPPLY
  • 21 REVIEWS GAS PIPE
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How does very cold intake water affect performance?
Answer:

Sorry to contradict but the temperature of the water going into the water heater will definitely have an effect on the temperature of the water coming out. the water heater needs to provide enough BTUs to heat the volume of water that you need to the water temperature that you want. If the water starts off at a lower??

How many gallons per minute does this unit produce at a 55 degree increase in temperature?
Answer: I get 6.6 gpm at all temperature. I have mine temperature set at 120 degree. I have never been short on hot water.

I live off-the-grid. Does this water heater consume electricity when no hot water is being called for? If it does, how much electricity is used?
Answer: This is a gas water heater. So, it only uses propane to heat the water. But, the controls are 120 volt. The electrical usage would be very low but it does need 120 volt power when in use

Is this unit sufficient for Tennessee climate? I’ve read somewhere that it was for warmer climate areas (Florida/Texas)
Answer: Hi S. French. I live in New England which is mixed climates: Hot/Humid summers and in winter dry/colder climates. It’s an indoor unit, which is in my basement, so I’m not sure how sensitive the climate is related to operation of the unit. If it were outside I would think it would be of more concern.

My existing water heater is located next to and shares a flue with the furnace. Can I hook the same way on this
Answer:

Hold up there, previous answer, not so fast. It is true that you should not have both the hot water heater and furnace venting directly into the flue, combining the exhaust. However, some people see their vent pipes entering the flue (or chimney wall) and assume they are both releasing the fumes inside the chimney. ??

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