InSinkErator F-GN1100C Hot Water Dispenser, Chrome

Product Description
In-Sink-Erator F-GN1100C Instant Hot Water Dispenser, ChromeSeries 1100 is InSinkErator’s finest line of instant hot water dispensers for use with our Stainless Steel Tank for filtered near-boiling 200;F water all in one system. The contemporary design, in an array of beautiful designer finishes, will complement any kitchen. InSinkErator’s Instant Hot Water Dispenser saves time and adds elegance to the kitchen. Near-boiling water at your fingertips — perfect for ma… More >>

InSinkErator F-GN1100C Hot Water Dispenser, Chrome

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We’ve replaced this item three times in four years. It’s been replaced under warranty, but the warranty doesn’t cover the flooding beneath the sink when the tank leaks. Avoid this one…
Rating: 1 / 5

Warning! This is just the faucet, not an actual “instant hot water dispenser.” The total package is much more expensive. This is a misleading banner for the item.
Rating: 1 / 5

Not only does the tank leak, but the filter failed (cracked) while we were on vacation resulting in a $20,000 insurance claim replacing our kitchen floor. I love the concept, use it almost everyday, but I’m buying another brand for replacement.
Rating: 1 / 5

First tank failed after about a 1 1/2 years. Replacement tank failed after another year. Still have a few months on left on the 3 year warranty but I’m not going to bother because it is a badly designed product. Even when new, the flow rate is not that good due to very narrow inlet that clogs if you have hard water. Also the vent piping inside kinks due to a bad and cheaply made housing design. So I had to periodically maintain this until the heater or thermal switch failed. I replaced it a Quick&Hot brand. I don’t know if it will last but it was less than 1/2 the cost and it is a simpler open vent design with a much higher flow rate. – Phil
Rating: 1 / 5

Had my hot/cold insinkerator for about 2 years when the faucet broke and as a favor I was able to replace it thru insinkerator with their newer 5 year warrantee model for $150. Just replaced the faucet and connections, turned on the hot water and after a couple of minutes heard a pop and the plastic tank had gone and was now leaking into my cabinet. Called insinkerator again and as a favor they will send me a new stainless steel tank with a 3 year warrantee for $150. At this point after spending almost $500 and now spending $300 for replacement parts…this is the last time I use insinkerator.
Rating: 1 / 5

Great news.

Housing cracks and leaks – had it about a year. Moderate use at best.

No significant cabinet damage as I caught it fast.

Would have expected better from the stainless steel housing.

Recommend looking at other brands (as I’m doing for a replacement).

Warning! This is just the faucet, not an actual “instant hot water dispenser.” The total package is much more expensive. This is a misleading banner for the item.
Rating: 1 / 5

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First tank failed after about a 1 1/2 years. Replacement tank failed after another year. Still have a few months on left on the 3 year warranty but I’m not going to bother because it is a badly designed product. Even when new, the flow rate is not that good due to very narrow inlet that clogs if you have hard water. Also the vent piping inside kinks due to a bad and cheaply made housing design. So I had to periodically maintain this until the heater or thermal switch failed. I replaced it a Quick&Hot brand. I don’t know if it will last but it was less than 1/2 the cost and it is a simpler open vent design with a much higher flow rate. – Phil
Rating: 1 / 5

Great news.

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