Removing the Heater

Discussion in 'Heating / Cooling Systems' started by sea-piner, Jun 6, 2019.

  1. sea-piner

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    Hi Everyone,

    I have a 1998 Coleman Sea-Pine that has a Atwood heater with a thermostat. It works great, but uses soooo much battery power (always camp without hook-ups) and we recently switched to the buddy heater. I want to remove it and use the space for a cabinet. The outside water spigot is in the same area.

    My questions are (on a scale of 1 to 10 I would rate my self a 6/7 on handy and access to tools) after the initial question of is this a bad idea:

    1) how hard is it to remove
    2) what would you do with the gas line
    3) what would you do with electric lines
    4) what to do with outside exhaust vent
    5) would you do/how would you organize the water lines (the cold water lines to the sink and the cold and hot water lines to outside spigot are in same compartment.

    Thanks in advance
     

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