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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you intend to use this in a residential garage, you will have to use standard galvanized round pipe coming off the unit, 24 gauge will suffice, use a minimum of 6”-8” from the unit. From there you will have to make the transition to the B-Vent. Always double check with you local codes in your area.
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Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I remeber we took out a Coleman kero heater out of my grandmothers mobile home. Just had it repaired but she wanted a new unit. Would have to go and check to see how many BTU's it is and also to see if the book is there as well.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Replace the start capacitor. Take an amp draw on the motor when it starts. Compare that with the rating plate for FLA.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
The disc is doing its job, saving your life! If the heat exchanger gets too hot this disc is the safety. Find out how hot the heat exchanger is getting and what the disc is rated for. Check that there is air flowing over the heat exchanger keeping it from over heating. If your vent was installed incorrectly it could be keeping too much heat inside the furnace not allowing it to escape to the outside.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
That's going to be a specialty item that you will have to go through the manufacturer for. Also, You will most likely have to add a coupling or two in the pipe. Once you cut the old elbow out, the pipe on each end will be shorter than what you had before. That size pipe is usually tight in place and not easy to shift around. When you purchase the fittings, you should also purchase the primer and the glue needed to do this job per code. If not done per code, it could lead to personal injury and or death as this is the pipe that contains Carbon Monoxide when the furnace is running.
This type of job appears simple but, due to clearance issues, can be troublesome for even the most seasoned mechanics/installers. I would recommend this job be performed by a licensed/qualified contractor.
I would have liked to offered a precise place to obtain the fitting and to say it's an easy job; however, it's a bit more complicated than it appears.
Here's a link to the Goodman Manufacturing with a dealer locator.
Though it may not be the answer you were hoping for, I do hope you found this information helpful to you. Good Luck in your endeavor! :-)
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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