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In Baguio, hot water in bathroom and some kitchen is common
Yea, that's because up there the water is SO cold that one would freeze without hot water for a bath etc. Been there--done that and the brass monkey is still frozen!
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Yea, that's because up there the water is SO cold that one would freeze without hot water for a bath etc. Been there--done that and the brass monkey is still frozen!
Come to Canada sometime. In winter, cold water from tap is around 2C. In summer it gets up to about 6C.

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but the special tool required to connect them is expensive. I renterd one cost 10k for 2 days
Can you describe how/why this tool is special for hot water connections?

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I kinda wanted to ask the same question too.... I've installed many hotwater heaters.... but didnt wanna sound dumb! Ha!

So...what is the special tool?

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I have 1 of the hot water heaters connected in my bathroom, but I have seen standard hot water tanks at the local hardware stores like Citihardware and Wilcon, so I know that some houses must have them.

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Come to Canada sometime. In winter, cold water from tap is around 2C. In summer it gets up to about 6C.
I know exactly what you mean about the cold. Long time ago I lived in the very northern part of North Dakota.
Coldest place I have ever been or lived in my entire life. That was enough for me and now living here, the only problem is trying to stay cool--Hahaha..
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I know exactly what you mean about the cold. Long time ago I lived in the very northern part of North Dakota.
Coldest place I have ever been or lived in my entire life. That was enough for me and now living here, the only problem is trying to stay cool--Hahaha..
I'm from just north of that. Small place just outside of Winnipeg

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I'm from just north of that. Small place just outside of Winnipeg
Yea that really is cold country. I spent time in Bottineau ND. Loved the town and great people. But no mountains and so cold that it made it almost impossible just to think when outside of extended periods.

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I kinda wanted to ask the same question too.... I've installed many hotwater heaters.... but didnt wanna sound dumb! Ha!

So...what is the special tool?
maybe the thing that helps bend copper tubing ?? minus kinks etc ..

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