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American Standard In-Line Heater for Whirlpool
0893709001993

American Standard

In-Line Heater for Whirlpool

$202.80 /each

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Bathers who like to linger should consider an In-Line Heater. The In-Line Heater maintains the water temperature for greater bathing comfort. This heater is designed for use with American Standard Walk-In Bath Whirlpool and Combo units with an In-Line Heater blank.

  • Works only with Whirlpool and combination system models 3260.210, 3051.110, 2848.110, 2651.110, 3052.504, 3150.504, 2848.504, 3060.504, 3060.100, 3052.100, 3151.201 and 2848.100
  • Maintains water temperature
  • Heater blank installed on every Whirlpool and combo tub to add heater later
  • Reliable and durable

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Is there a Whirlpool Tub Heater that can actually raise the water temp, even slowly over a period of time?

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February 23, 2015
I have a large corner tub and not enough hot water in the tank to fill it.
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February 24, 2015
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The American Standard heater is only designed to maintain the temperature of the water.
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How is the heater turned on?

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March 24, 2014
on the the american standard tubs there is a buttom ontop of the tub that turns the jets on. If i install a heater how is that turned on? Do you need to add a switch to the seperate GFCI outlet for the heater?
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March 25, 2014
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The heater is fully automatic and no additional switch is necessary. The heater is equipped with a pressure switch and will only activate once the tub is filled with water and the motor/pump is running.
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I live in a condo- If I purchase the American Standard Everclean - Are you required to use only PVC piping? or can I use different piping ?

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December 30, 2013
My condo association may require a different type of piping to install - Do I have to use PVC ? What other options are there?
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January 2, 2014
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The heater is manufactured to be installed in a specific line of American Standard tubs. This is not made to retrofit in a non-heater compatible tub. The connections are PVC.
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I purchased a Kohler Archer spa, modelK-1122-LA-0. From a it appears I need to splice the water line and add two male adapters and install the heater.

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August 5, 2013
It appears pretty straight forward. Does anyone know if this is all standard tubing for the spa so I can use standard readily available PVC. I realize I will need a 15 amp GHI. I have not yet installed the tub so I would like to do it before I install the tub. It appears the heater can go on the outside of the spa just behind the removable panel.
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You cannot adapt an American Standard heater to any tub except an American Standard tub that has been UL Listed to accept a heater and the heater blank has been factory installed in an approved location. We carry a UL listing on all of our whirlpool tubs. Thank you.
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Worth It Cost-benefit analysis. For the cost, it's not worth the benefit. It was fairly expensive, but doesn't do the best job. It's supposed to maintain the current temperature. But, I find myself draining the warm water and filing up with hot to maintain the temperature. December 24, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not happy have put the second one in and it does not work either. manufacturers support is non existent. Have called the tech support line three times and gotten three different departments each one of which does not know what an A/S inline water heater is! I gave them the brand name and model number off of the nameplate and they said that was not an American Standard model!!! Really? May 8, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good addition good product for the price, deffinatly would recommend February 16, 2012
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