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Why does a hot water heater have two thermostats?

Two separate thermostats control the heating elements of a dual-element water heater. Is that correct? The lower heating element takes over heating the rest of the water when it reaches a specified temperature. The water is heated in a consistent manner, which is an efficient feature.

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