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    Navien NPE-210A2 vs NPE240A2

    Thanks, Bannerman. The concern is with the kitchen. I don't need the hot water to come instantly, and I'm using the cold water rinsing/washing - so not much wasteage. So no stress on the system if there's no recirc line?
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    Navien NPE-210A2 vs NPE240A2

    Thank you, Breplum. We're in California - so 1.75 GPM. Sometimes we have two showers, the dishwasher, and laundry going at the same time - so I guess every gallon counts. If I'm OK with waiting a minute for hot water in the kitchen - can I do without a recirc line? That is, am I stressing the...
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    Navien NPE-210A2 vs NPE240A2

    Thank you, Bannerman. Yes, I read a lot of the literature before I settled on the 240. I wanted to make sure that we had plenty of hot water. What is your sense re the plumber's claim that the 210 is sufficient for our house? We're in San Francisco - so mild weather with the water heater in the...
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    Navien NPE-210A2 vs NPE240A2

    The plumber installed the wrong Navien tankless water heater. I asked for the NPE240A2, and he installed the NPE210A2. He says he can exchange but thinks the 210 is sufficient for our needs. We have a 3-level home: tankless heater in garage with the W/D and a powder room, kitchen and powder room...
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    Toto Aquia IV vs Nexus

    Thank you for your reply, Breplum. Thankfully, an experienced plumber will do the installation. After reading more about the small water surface with the Aquia, I decided to go w/the Nexus. I see more consistent positive reviews for the Nexus vs Aquia.
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    Toto Aquia IV vs Nexus

    I am looking at the Toto Aquia IV and the Nexus Washlet+ with the S550e and auto-flush. I want a one piece, skirted model. This website has been a great source for understanding the Toto toilets. I like the look and the dual flush function of the Aquia. However, I'm concerned about the flushing...
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