Question about Rinnai Unvented Gas Zone Heater. 99% fuel efficient: Blower with Thermostat
Yes, you can use propane, but you need to get a different sized orifice for the burner alowing, I believe, less gas coming in. , maybe from rinnai, maybe from a heating ventilattion and air conditioning specailist, maybe from your propane dealer. My propane dealer says that I am suuppose to contact them to come out every time I hook something up to the existing line to make sure things are kosher.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
If it can be converted to propane then yes if not no way
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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