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Old 11-03-2011, 08:54 PM   #57
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Just getting to your tankless water heater post. Wondering, has anyone switched out their existing Atwood tank water heater for this tankless?
Looking at the video, in order for the Marey tankless to work in an Airstream, you'd either have to do quite a bit of modifications to Airstream, or is the Marey able to be installed on it's side, so venting could be accomplished?
Love to know if anyone has made this change to tankless. If anyone has, can you tell a difference in LP usage? More propane? Less propane?
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Old 11-04-2011, 02:58 AM   #58
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It won"t work on it's side, it must be upright.

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Old 09-06-2012, 05:12 PM   #59
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anyone have any pictures of their Marey water heater installed? I bought one for my Airstream ( different Brand) and I ran the water lines.The only thing I havent figured out yet is how to vent it. Should I go through the Roof or put a 90 on it and take it out the side. I posted pictures of mine hanging on the wall on a thread the other day.
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Old 09-08-2012, 12:16 PM   #60
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Marchok, follow the mfrs instructions about venting, tankless put out a lot of exhaust. You should also think about intake air as they need a lot of combustion air too. I'm speaking from experience with on demand in dwellings, not in trailers, but I imagine they're similar. We just had an Atwood 6 gal with electronic start installed, rather pleased with the performance.

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