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water heater

noun
1.
a household appliance consisting of a gas or electric heating unit under a tank in which water is heated and stored.
Origin
1875-1880
1875-80
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Examples from the web for water heater
  • The furnace and hot water heater are only a few years old.
  • There are new thermal windows on all three levels, a new water heater and new central air conditioning.
  • Has about as much style as a hot water heater, but other than that it has a lot going for it.
  • We had a device hooked to our electric hot water heater.
  • My heat and hot water heater are on timers or programmable thermostats such that they dont come on during peak load periods.
  • My house is all electric with the exception of the water heater.
  • If an electric hot water heater begins to use more power, it might be a sign of sediment build-up.
  • Silva notes that your furnace and water heater burn a lot of energy to heat water.
  • Silva suggests having your water heater tuned up as well.
  • Insulate the water heater to avoid heat loss in winter.

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