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Old 01-19-2009, 07:10 PM   #1
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Finishing the removal of the furnace

The PO did not finish the removal of the complete furnace....We did some demo today taking out the kitchen cabinets for a total replacement with new ones. We found that they apparently started taking out the furnace then changed their minds...we want to finish taking this out but not sure about the pipe that runs from it and the vent that goes into the floor....
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If the pipe you mean the gas line, it goes through the floor and connects to the main gas line under the trailer. If you get under the trailer you'll see the gas lines. You'd need to disconnect it, shut off the valve if there is one, and cap the line and double check for leaks, patch the hole in the belly and floor to keep cridders out. The vent in the floor probably opens up to vents in other places in the trailer (like the bathroom). If it is in the floor you'll probably have to settle for covering it up and forgetting about it, since removal would either mean removing the belly pan or floor.
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okay, will relay that to the hubby...I think that he is going to start working on this tomorrow afternoon.
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So you both are doing an extensive remodel.......sounds like fun.
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