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Kenmore  50 gal. 6-Year Electric Water Heater

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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Capacity:
Tank Capacity: 50 gal.
Tank Diameter (In.): 23
Tank Height (In.): 49
Tank Insulation Thickness: 2 in.
General Features:
Altitude Rating (ft.): N/A
Control Type: Electromechanical
Heavy Duty Anode Rod: Yes
Number of Anode Rods: 1
Number of Heating Elements: 2
Power Cord Included: No
Tank Lining: Glass
Tank Style: Medium
Total Connected Load: 15.83/22.91
Unit Location: Indoor
Warranty:
Parts Warranty: 6 year limited
Tank Warranty: 6 year limited
Certifications:
ENERGY STAR Compliant: No
Power and Performance:
First Hour Delivery (gal.): 59
Fuel Type: Electric
Kilowatt Hrs. per Year: 4721
Minimum Circuit Rating: 20 amps
Recovery at 90 Degree Rise (gph.): 25
Voltage: 220/240V

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Kenmore — trusted in the homes of more than 100 million Americans.

Order by noon and get it installed TODAY! Call 1-800-549-7853.

The Kenmore 32666 50-gallon electric water heater has a glass-lined electric water heater to help prevent corrosion, Lineguard™ elements that resist lime buildup and foam insulation to prevent heat loss.

A 50-gallon electric water heater is the minimum recommended size for a 3- to 4-person household with typical water use.

  • Energy-efficient foam insulation prevents heat loss
  • The tank and parts have a 6-year limited warranty; labor has a 1-year warranty
  • Cobalt Blue Ultra Coat™ glass-lined tank and anode rod protect the inside of the tank from corrosion
  • Two Lineguard™ elements last longer and have superior resistance to line buildup; the lower handles typical demand, while the extra responds to heave demand
  • RotoSwirl™ self-cleaning cold-water inlet tube swirls water to prolong tank life and maintain energy efficiency by discouraging lime buildup
  • DualWatt™ lower element easily converts from 3800 watt to 5500 watt to accommodate different wiring

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Added on March 12, 2012

 

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23 Reviews Write a review
16 Reviewers (70.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Praise9 found this helpful
ennemm
Apr 16 , 2012
Kenmore 50 gal Electric Water Heater working fine for 6 years
We got our first mini disaster in the basement when the previous heater started leaking profuesly and we ordered a new one from Sears. This one we upgraded from 40 to 50 Gallons size as previous one was often running cool water after someone taking longer showers. The installation was quick and smooth. We immediately noticed the great relief and constant hot water after getting this. Also being Energy star compliant and newer heater we noticed a great reduction in the power consumption. Six years and running we are not noticing any change in performance, though crossing our fingers as someone mentioned these heaters have not lasted them beyond the stipulated 6-7 years. Fully recommend from the experience so far with the heaters and with Sears
Criticism14 found this helpful
fastcactus
Feb 26 , 2009
No hot water
The unit has been installed for one day, replacing a Kenmore that was still working after 22 yrs, still no hot water. Set the temps higher, water is hot, then cold within seconds. Very unhappy with this unit and Sears products.
 

Nelmo

Oakdale, CT

Mar 5 , 2014
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Water heater works great!

I compared this water heater with several other ones, comparable in price. This one was easily set up, reasonably priced and we had got water within 15 minutes of set up !


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cookie74

Queensbury, NY

Jan 11 , 2013
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simple but effective

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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daddio121

Bristol, PA

Sep 19 , 2012
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Kenmore 50 gal Electric Water Heater

We priced self-cleaning water heaters at ***** & **********, thier was $100 more! The

self-cleaning models last a long time, like our old one that lasted 18yrs.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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ennemm

Farmington, MI

Apr 16 , 2012
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Kenmore 50 gal Electric Water Heater working fine for 6 years

We got our first mini disaster in the basement when the previous heater started leaking profuesly and we ordered a new one from Sears. This one we upgraded from 40 to 50 Gallons size as previous one was often running cool water after someone taking longer showers. The installation was quick and smooth. We immediately noticed the great relief and constant hot water after getting this. Also being Energy star compliant and newer heater we noticed a great reduction in the power consumption. Six years and running we are not noticing any change in performance, though crossing our fingers as someone mentioned these heaters have not lasted them beyond the stipulated 6-7 years. Fully recommend from the experience so far with the heaters and with Sears

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Dave7113

Elkton, MD

Apr 16 , 2012
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Kenmore Power Miser 6 32662

Wow had this bad boy installed to replace my 17 year old water heater. The installers were pro's all the way around and courtesy -wow beyond belief.They took my old water heater away for me, and this model had hot water in less than 1/2 hour after they turned it on. I mean really hot I have the 5500 hundred watt bus hooked up and I love it.My electric bill didnt take a jump either in fact it went down so I know my old water heater was and the end of its life, wasting energy. This unit really puts out hot water when I need it.I am completely satisfied with this model.You will not regret purchasing this model what so ever.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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CTDavester

Fairfield, CT

Jun 30 , 2011
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Kenmore 50 Gallon Electric Water Heater is worth every penny

I purchased it couple months ago but I decided not to purchase the installation since the cost was close to the cost of the water heater itself. After couple months I decided to try to install it myself and it was almost a piece of cake. Only issue was the removal of the old tank. It took about 1-2hours and the whole instalation was done and in less than an hour I took a first shower. Water was already hot for a long hot shower. The power misser 6 50 gallon is great, heats the water really fast there is no need to switch it to 5500 Watts just a waste of electricity, the 3800W is more than enough. I had 3 people shower one after another with the washing machine running and noone ran out of hot water. THe thermostat is very accurate, you can have it luke warm to scalding hot and I never had the valve blow up. I have it set to approx 130 degrees and the water at the tap when I measured was actually 129 degrees. I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good quality, solid and reliable electric water heater and don't want to spend a fortune for the high end water heaters that costs more than twice as much but they all perform the same function. Can you tell the difference in your shower that your waterr is coming from a water heater that costs 300 bucks or 600 bucks, I sure can't but so far after 3 weeks I feel like I got a best wanter heater out there. Lets just hope it stays this way. I have a lot of Kenmore appliances and I never really had any negative experiences that is why I chose the water heater as well. Hope this review is helpful because I am just an ordinary guy that wants quality stuff that lasts but don't want to spend unnecessary fortune on it. Kenmore wanter heaters is a perfect choice if you are looking for solid reliable water heater that (So far!!!) never runs out of hot water even after 1 hour shower.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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MikeinCincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

Feb 15 , 2011
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Kenmore 50 gal.Electric Hot Water Heater(32666)works perfectly.

The Kenmore 50 gal. Medium Height Electric Hot Water Heater (32666) works perfectly as advertised. Installation was easy, the directions were clear, and it has worked well from day one. The hardest part of the whole process was removing the old water heater and getting it to the curb.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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LionShooter

Lawrenceville, GA

Jan 6 , 2011
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Power Miser 6, 50 Gal. Trips breaker daily

3 yrs old, has worked well until this past month. Now it trips the internal breaker every night, has to be reset and wait 45 min. for a shower. Water temp is 120*. Very aggravating. Looking for a solution without having to call a technician.


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edbladens

Warsaw, KY

Nov 14 , 2010
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Kenmore Power Miser 5

This heater was purchased a year before i bought the house. I know cause i helped put it in. I have owned the house for 14 years. I have replaced only 2 elements since i have been there. and leaks? None here. Not only that but no rust anywhere on the unit. I would recomend this water heater to anyone. It may not be the same one but it is close. But thinking of replaceing it because of age just in case. Garranttee it will be this one. 


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rayzor

Kapolei, HI

Oct 14 , 2010
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it's hot

My model number may not match the one on the website, but I have the Kenmore Power Miser 12 (12 means it’s warranted for 12 years), 50 gallons, 320592, electric water heater which we have been using the past 9-1/2 years without problem. I was able to self-install this heater, a matter of connecting the power and the water inlet and outlet lines. I remember when I first connected it, we had hot water within about half hour of turning on the power. To prolong the life of the heater, I also installed a water filter to the inlet line. When I had removed the old water heater, I removed the heating element from the heater and found it full of crud and built-up particles, apparently the stuff that’s found in normal water straight from the water main. To save energy, I have also connected a water heater timer, but now the timer part doesn’t work, so I just turn the heater on and off with the manual override. Solar hot water is being promoted as one of the biggest energy savers for homeowners, but that’s still out of our reach right now. I would like to see manufacturers of electric water heaters put built-in timers on some of their models to encourage energy saving.  

 

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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