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Old 09-06-2017, 10:46 PM   #21
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Thanks DJ. I have the 2 rectangle tank that go all the way across, they sit on top of the fresh water tank. (H2O tank is L shaped, full length across and in it's bay opposite side of utilities bay). I have the steel panel off where the water connections are. I ran the furnace and I can say there is no Heat or Sound on either side. Nothing visible that would be an opening either. I am not happy!!
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My rectangular tank has the vent on the opposite side of the pass through bay. There should at minimum be a hole even if the duct is not connected.
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Old 09-12-2017, 05:34 PM   #22
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My rectangular tank has the vent on the opposite side of the pass through bay. There should at minimum be a hole even if the duct is not connected.


djcarter, I ran an 1 1/4" tube rated at 150 degrees from the furnace under the shower, lower area of the bathroom vanity then thru the floor between the Black and Grey tanks. Tight area but it worked out. Do you have any thoughts on insulation?
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