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Washer/Dryer from abroad... BAD Purchase!


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2 minutes ago, SkyMan said:

Normally yes, but doesn't the single point also shut off when there isn't any flow?

I do not know what will happen to a  single point heater when there is back pressure

I just know that the different types are sold and that the multi points  generally are more expensive 

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