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Keeping your water heater set too high can leads to burns and scalding, particularly for children or the elderly, who have slower reaction time when encountering too-hot water. While some tank manufacturers recommend keeping the water set at 140 degrees, the EPA suggests setting it to 120 degrees, which is less of a risk--and can save you up to $61 a year in energy costs, too.
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