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Old 10-23-2010, 11:26 AM   #1
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79 Sovereign center bath need original door. i found plenty of white but no alum.
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Old 10-23-2010, 12:12 PM   #2
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paint the white one...
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This is my white door painted.

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Do you have the original heater or a replacement one. The doors are different.
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Factory white door didn't fit...belt trim overlapped bottom of water heater about an inch. I removed the door from the new water heater and installed the old "stainless" door with the space for the trim onto the new heater. Took a bit of fabrication to get the spring clips installed to hold the old door closed on the new heater but works great.
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Do you have the original heater or a replacement one. The doors are different.

My heater is a new Atwood gas/electric 6 gallon. The door came to me steel and powder-coated white. Now it's steel powder-coated white, primed gray, and painted metallic aluminum.
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