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    Any one have any experience on installing a thermostatic mixing valve on an electric instantaneous water heater for a basin ?

    My concern is that electric instantaneous water heaters generally heat water above a comfortable temperature and then can not deal with the demand and go cold until you turn the flow down.

    I'm wondering if a basin TMV will solve the problem or just create more ?

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    Default Re: Thermostatic mixing valve on an electric instantaneous water heater

    Which heater is it, where is it installed, ( over/ or under sink) how many draw off points ?

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