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#477 Part II
Author: Duramaxer (Show all albums)

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I decided on going 3-way on the fridge. Removed the insulation on the wall to get more clearance and used welding blanket to seal the space off from rest of the interior. Air intake is now thru a cut out in the floor. No way I would cut a whole in the side for the vent door.

Old water heater and furnace was not for the future. Here I'm test fitting the new Precision Temp on demand water heater and the Suburban NT-40 heater. I might add a 230v inline heater to the Suburban. The fiberglass door will have to be modified to match up with this new configuration.

The grey plastic pipe goes to the dinette water tank and I'll run the water feed for the pump thru it.

Lot of tings going on in the kitchen cabintet. I really do not like old insufficient wiring so now there is all new wiring for the appliances all the way from the new charger-power supply and inverter under the passenger seat.. Also seen on the picture is the new water lines. And the yellow plastic tubing holds a stainless bendable/flexible pipe for the LP.


Making a vent for the fridge while I'm at it. The new refrigerator is a 3-way but I'm still very unsure about cutting the side of the coach for an vent/door. Will have too look again for a way to get the needed airflow behind the fridge, to run it on propane, without a lower vent door. At least I'll have the top vent sorted.

Looks funky with backlight but you get the idea.

My upholsterer has done some super sweet new panels for the refridgerator doors.

The part going on the coach outside for the range vent.

This is how the funnel will sit on top of the ventilator. Did a little test before finishing it and it seem to be workinging really great. Will add some foam gasket.

Making a simple fiberglass "funnel" for the range ventilator. I upgraded the ventilator with two new and larger fans and prefer to have a connected vent all the way thru to the outside. This is to prevent fumes going a lot of other places like inside the cabinets and into the space above the roofliner.
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