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Old 10-23-2017, 09:18 AM   #1
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We have a customer that has a steam shower. They have lived in the house for the last six years and never had a desire for the steamer its been unplugged for all six years. Now, the house is on the market and they would like to have the steamer operable.

Should I have any concerns about plugging this thing in? Or just close my eyes and do it?
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Make sure the unit has water in it.

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What Leo said, water it up, enjoy the steam.

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Once it's fired up, tell them you need to personally inspect it from the inside as its running. Can't be too thorough

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