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Majestic have a good website. They do vented and unvented. They have a Contact section and also a FAQ.

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Gas vent hose is missing. What goes on end of replacement hose?

A lot of Stihl have a tiny tiny tiny allen headed set screw just screwed into the open end of the vent. Some have a fancy deal with many descriptions. Try a set screw ran in flush with the opening of the vent tubing. Keep it clean and venting, because an unvented tank will not allow fuel to be drawn into the cylinder.

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Can unvented gas heaters be converted to vented?

No mate , cannot do it you need to buy them as is .

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I've gone to sevral places that sold your unvented gas heaters, asking about a fan to attach to the top to prevent problems with the continued heat build up on one spot on the roof. They all told me...

First, let me clear something up. FixYa, does not stock nor, sell any parts for anything. However, in most cases, we can tell you where to find them.

Unfortunately, DESA International went bankrupt several years ago and is no longer in business. However, some parts are still available thru Mater Parts Distributors. You will need to have the correct Model Number of your heater to find the blower you're looking for. It isn't a case of one size fits all.

Having been a DESA/Vanguard dealer for many years, I am concerned about the "continued heat build up on one spot on the roof." By "roof", I'm assuming that you are referring to the top of the heater cabinet. The heater cabinets do get hot, that's normal. But, if it's getting extremely hot, then that's a issue, that a blower is not going to solve.

The question then arises, what is causing this extreme heat build up in just one spot of the heater cabinet? Has it done it from the start? Has the unit been serviced and checked annually? Was it professionally installed? Is it a Natural Gas or Propane unit? What color are the flames, when it's burning? All these things play a role in what's causing the problem and should be addressed, before a blower is installed. With Vent-free/Unvented Gas heating appliances, you should always err on the side of caution and safety.

I sincerely hope that I have helped you. Please let me know. Thanks.

Jul 08, 2011 | Desa International Unvented Gas Space...

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Just had it installed on the wall and it says unvented, does that mean that it does not need to be vented or it needs to be vented. i am still afraid of the gas heater

an unvented heater is just that. unvented. they have a pilot system that shuts off the pilot if room air is depleated. in the instruction manual it will tell you to supply fresh air to the room. these have been out for quite awhile now and are safe to use.

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Can i convert from propane to natural gas

No these are specific to a type of gas and cannot be fitted for gas other than intended unless you intend to spend a bunch of money.

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Won't start

if the propane cylinder is almost empty you maybe getting a concentration of murcapton(spelling?)this odorant is added to propane so it has an odor.when the gas gets low in the cylinder you can pull more odorant that may have settled in the bottom of the tank over time. there are other reasons since you are dealing with an unvented heating product , such as other odors fron oils,cleaning products, paint, etc. there could other problems so you may want to take it to your local propane store. jr

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Converting Rinnai REH-25-N to LP

Typically, an unvented heater or gas log cannot be converted, mostly for safety reasons and it is usually cost prohibitive. Some newer heaters come with both Natural Gas and Propane components and have to be set up one way or the either.
It would be better to sell your old heater and get one with the proper gas type.

Nov 23, 2008 | Rinnai Unvented Gas Zone Heater. 99% fuel...

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