Is this hard on my Geospring waterheater?
I have the GE geospring waterheater and have been trying to take advantage of the cooled air it expells when running. WE have been having hot weather for Northern Pa. Today it is suposed to be 92 f with high humidity. I have been switching off the power to waterheater in the evening. In the morning I turn on the waterheater and it will come on and keep the house cool till about 11 am before I need to turn on the regular a/c. I knew we were going to have hot weather from long range forecast so I let the dirty laundry build up so I could do it on the hot days and keep the waterheater running longer. So when you turn on the waterheater it seems to do a self diagnostic test that takes about 90 seconds before the compressor and fan starts. So does anyone think this is hard on the waterheater cutting its power every night? :Dsolarvic:D
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