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I'd like suggestions about how to disassemble the catalytic housing from the attached base plate. It appears that the connection is a press fit.

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  • spresutti Mar 11, 2009

    My intent is to disassemble the unit for engineering reasons NOT to use the unit, repair the unit, etc.

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THESE DEVICES ARE NOT USER SERVICEABLE. They are dangerous enough without user intervention, that's why no reputable HVAC company will touch one. Contact Coleman or throw it away.

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  • HANK MCNEIL Mar 11, 2009

    Sorry! have to be aware others will read my answer too!

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