|Posted by hj on August 15, 2002 at 23:40:57:|
|In response to Re: VENTING OF GAS WATER HEATER|
They would normally find that the external flue would operate so cooly that there it would not be able to maintain a natural draft and would get spillage at the water heater.
: The "rule of thumb" is a horizontal run of 3 feet requires a verticle run of 3 feet,,,or H 5' V 5'.
: Unless it is a direct vent heater designed for side wall venting, the major requirement is that you don't do it. Otherwise follow the heater installation instructions.
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