Replacing a gas water heater for electric. Please Help.

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Old 07-16-06, 01:35 AM
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Replacing a gas water heater for electric. Please Help.

Please can anyone help me.

Im a, Air Condtioning enginer, and have been asked to change a client's, gas water heater, for a, electric one.

The problem is I live in spain and haven't mastered, Spanish, all that well yet.

I ordered a boiler from a company that I use for A/C telling them my spec, they emailed me the instructions, I checked them out and it was perfect for nearly a straight swap, so I ordered it. when it arived it was not the same one as I had checked with the instructions they had emailed me.

The boiler I am replacing has the cold water going in and the hot water going out, simple.

the boiler I recived has, cold water in, hot water out and recirculating port, I sent the boiler back and they only sent me the same boiler back.

My question is, can I use this water heater? if so how ? can I just blank off the recirculating port?

Please help, any advice is muct aprectaited.

Many thanks in advance.

Koy.
 
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Old 07-16-06, 04:28 AM
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What's the make and model of the one you have ?
 
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Old 07-16-06, 05:19 AM
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Hi, The water Heater is a, Idrogas ISS 300, 3kw, 300 Litre, I think its, Italian, and the instructions are only in, Italian.

Thanks very much for any info.

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