The heater is fit to be replaced/for a replacement?
Hello all users!
I would like to ask you which of the two sentences is correct:
- The heater is fit to be replaced.
- The heater is fit for a replacement.
I think that sentence 1 is correct, but I prefer to check with you.
The general idea is: The heater is so damaged that it can only be replaced.
The sentences were created by me.
Re: The heater is fit to be replaced/for a replacement?
Neither of the sentences means what you want it to, and neither is natural.
Originally Posted by JACEK1
The heater is fit for nothing = The heater does not work = The heater needs to be replaced.