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How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help



 
 
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Old August 23rd 05, 08:29 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

Its rusty and i dont use it and want to remove, how can i do this, i
belive i will have to dosconnect gas and electric is this right, hopw
do i do it?

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Old August 23rd 05, 10:15 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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fonetech came up with the following;:
How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

Its rusty and i dont use it and want to remove, how can i do this, i
belive i will have to dosconnect gas and electric is this right, hopw
do i do it?


I'd remove all the gas piping completely, and all the wiring to it, after
first dis-connecting both the gas bottles and the battery/electric hook-up.

You'll probably need some spanners, sockets, screwdrivers an' an 'ammer. A
thumping gurt big 'ammer is best, usually.


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Old August 23rd 05, 10:15 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

fonetech came up with the following;:
How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

Its rusty and i dont use it and want to remove, how can i do this, i
belive i will have to dosconnect gas and electric is this right, hopw
do i do it?


I'd remove all the gas piping completely, and all the wiring to it, after
first dis-connecting both the gas bottles and the battery/electric hook-up.

You'll probably need some spanners, sockets, screwdrivers an' an 'ammer. A
thumping gurt big 'ammer is best, usually.


--
Paul ...
(8(|) Homer Rules ..... Doh !!!

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Old August 23rd 05, 06:02 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

fonetech said the following on 23/08/2005 09:29:
How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

Its rusty and i dont use it and want to remove, how can i do this, i
belive i will have to dosconnect gas and electric is this right, hopw
do i do it?

Disconnect electricity batt and mains, disconnect/ turn off gass bottle
and then just pull! (removing any screws, pipes, cables, ducts etc. that
cause any resistance)- assuming that heater is not being replaced trace
the gas pipe and blank off at a suitable point, same with cables and
remove fuses then blank off the hole in the floor, wall and ventilator.

Roy
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Old August 23rd 05, 06:02 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Roy
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Default How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

fonetech said the following on 23/08/2005 09:29:
How can i remove a Carver Heater Safely?? Please help

Its rusty and i dont use it and want to remove, how can i do this, i
belive i will have to dosconnect gas and electric is this right, hopw
do i do it?

Disconnect electricity batt and mains, disconnect/ turn off gass bottle
and then just pull! (removing any screws, pipes, cables, ducts etc. that
cause any resistance)- assuming that heater is not being replaced trace
the gas pipe and blank off at a suitable point, same with cables and
remove fuses then blank off the hole in the floor, wall and ventilator.

Roy
 



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