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Old 10-30-2014, 04:24 PM   #15
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So now I'm finally installing my Furnace - Suburban w/ the Stainless Steel Cover/Cap/Trim that goes on the exterior (for the combustion air intake and the combusted air exhaust). Again, similar to the water heater in my original post, the furnace has to be angled up a couple of inches so the outside trim/cap will slide in tight against the skin.

I didn't find anything in the literature saying the furnace must be level to operate but I wanted to find out if anyone knows for sure. And are your floor mounted furnaces installed level? Or are they angled?

Thanks.

Also, the literature points at the top "lip" of the exterior trim piece and says, "provide sealant" . . . I'm assuming this trim piece will get fairly hot - can I use Trempro/Vulcom Or do I have to find something designed for "heat"?

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Mark, I appreciate your CAD drawing. That is some great work! I have a small problem with my water heater install. There are no water lines in the trailer, now, so I have no example to rebuild the system from. Where can I find a complete schematic for the water system in a 78 Argosy Minuete? Any help is appreciated.
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Not an expert at water systems, and didn't create these diagrams, and can't remember where they came from, so I can't give credit to the source - but they seem pretty comprehensive.
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Water Diagrams

Thank you! This makes it so much easier to understand and visualize.
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