Motorhome & Recreational Vehicle Resource

Since 1996

Search RV-Coach Online

Email Author email Dale  Reply to Message reply to message  Post New Message post new message      search forums
ATTENTION: DO NOT POST ADS IN FORUMS!
All Postings that advertise items for sale will be deleted from the Discussion Forum. You may post sale items for free in the Classifieds section. Sign up now.
Re: Suburban furnace shoddy factory installation by Dale
Post New Message Thanks for your reply. You did mention that you use SS band clamps for this type of repair, is this a common problem you run into? I already used some galvanized straps to make a stand that fits under the back of the furnace to level it and to mount it to the floor to prevent movement. After doing that I noticed the intake and exhaust pipes from the outside now line up exactly the width of the pipe too low and to the side about 1" or so. Plus the pipes are too long and will need to be trimmed down an 1" to 2" at a minimum if I move the ports on the outside of the trailer (the exhaust overlap now is about 4" which only 1.5" is really needed per the manufacturer). Since the furnace has an intake fan to draw the fresh air into the burner and force the exhaust out, do you think it will be that sensitive to a jog in the pipes that goes up 2" and to the side 1"?
All Messages in ThreadAuthorDate
Post New MessageSuburban furnace shoddy factory installation Dale 7-12-15  
  Reply to MessageRe: Suburban furnace shoddy factory installation BUBBA THE BUS TECH 7-13-15  
    Reply to MessageRe: Suburban furnace shoddy factory installation Dale 7-19-15  
Required fields in red
For more info about a field, place your mouse over the More Info icon.
Subject:
Your Name:
Your Email:
Message:



Code is case-sensitive. Helps stop SPAM.
       


Advertise Here
Get Media Kit NOW!






Get Media Kit to Advertise!

Advertiser Links

Back to Top