I have been been trying to properly fit the new atwood water heater in the hole which had the 1960
Bowen water heater. If you look at the picture you can see I used aluminum angle iron to anchor the hot water heater . Nothing is screwed in yet. I am trying to figure it out. I have fabricated the patch the hot water heater will fit into and a door to put the old overlander chimney on.
What is puzzeling is how the insulation is falling down on top of the water heater. You can see it in the picture. It reaks with fire hazard. I am trying to line up the water heater flush with the outside aluminum skin for my fabricated door.
Any ideas on what I can use to contain the insulation on the top part between the skins. The water heater fits on the top and bottom, but it is a tight fit. Can I put aluminum flashing between the water heater top and the two walls so insulation does not fall. Is the insulation flamable?