Hello, The answer to your question is yes. All you are doing is just reducing the pipe size that has nothing to do with the recirculating pumps function. Hope this helps and good luck.
Hello, If you don’t want to use the timer just keep the lockout tabs for setting the timer in place. This allows you to setup your motion sensor, however bypassing the timer will not guarantee you will have hot water as soon as motion is detected. Just so you know. Hope this helps.
Do not know, check with manufacturer on their web site.
Hello, The cord length seems to be 10 to 12 feet. Hope this helps
Hello Sonny, No the pump does not but the sensor valve does have a check valve built in.
warranty replacement or just set to 'on' to use 24hrs vs. timer; one of these i installed, the timer switched died even though
I have heat traps in my both my supply and outlet lines and the pump has been working great for years. I love that when I turn on the hot water valve I get hot water within seconds instead of minutes.
Not sure but we get a good flow with faucet open full.
No it will not. Not having the pump run leaves your water system exactly the same as if there was no pump installed. You are not afraid of cold water going to the hot faucet then, so exactly the same situation with the pump installed but not running. No issues. On the contrary, with the recirculating system, when you turn off the hot water faucet, you will still get some hot water at your cold faucet side. This is the effect of using the temperature controlled valve. The hot water remains will pass in a few seconds. No concern for normal use. But if you absolutely do not want any hot water from your cold faucet, then you should consider not using this recirculating system.