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I'm researching water heaters. Most, if not all, have a Proposition 65 warning saying the product can cause cancer, birth defects, etc. I've contacted a few manufacturers to find out why their products have that warning label, but they either don&

Post created: 2017-02-17 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 32

On 2017-02-17 LP wrote:

I posted the above question, which got cut off. Here is the full question: I'm researching water heaters. Most, if not all, have a Proposition 65 warning saying the product can cause cancer, birth defects, etc. I've contacted a few manufacturers to find out why their products have that warning label, but they either don't know or they don't respond. If the toxic materials are in the insulation--in other words, not coming into contact with the water--I'm okay with that. Can anybody explain which parts of a water heater are toxic and whether those parts come into contact with the water my family showers/bathes in? Thanks so much.


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