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Old 04-11-2007, 05:33 PM   #1
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MAREY Tankless Water Heater

I just received my MAREY Tankless Water Heater off EvilBay today. Runs off propane, one of those auto-ignition heaters. I have one of those Coleman water heaters, and it works great. So I thought I would try this thing out as something more permanent source of hot water.

Does anyone have one that can share some info??

While I'm excited about the new toy, it will probably be a few weeks before I get to implement it into the layout permanently.
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Old 04-15-2007, 12:19 PM   #2
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Sounds interesting do you have a link to the MAREY Tankless Water Heater?
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Old 04-18-2007, 03:29 PM   #3
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Where do the exhaust fumes go?
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Old 04-19-2007, 01:52 AM   #5
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Hmmmm.... I like the idea of the 2400/3000 Watt electric one. They say it requires a 4000 W generator,
but at the 2400 W setting it might work with my Honda EU3000. I'd consider having that as a
backup to the solar -- for when somebody (cute and female) refuses to shower (with me)
until she gets more heat (in the water). Thoughts (on the water heater ) ?
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Old 05-26-2007, 02:36 AM   #6
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Wonder how much juice this would use on a solar powered bus? I haven't ordered the solar kit for FV (yet) but I do need an idea of how much power I'm gonna need. I considere the tankless a great idea for space saving.
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Elliott, I'm sure she would be happy to take a shower with you after you make her use a cold stream or a garden hose a couple of times.
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COma, please let us know how you make out with this Marey heather. I was looking at the LP gas ones.
Let us know once you had your first shower. Is it worth buying? Is installation easy enough, are the connectors compatible with what you can get at home depot or such?
Thanks for testing the unit for us.
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Re: MAREY Tankless Water Heater

Sorry, people. I haven't received any notifications of replies to this post. I'm not ignoring you. I've been quite busy.

First: D*MN!! is this slow now!!!! Second: Venting is required through a flue pipe. I'll take pictures. It's fairly thin, so my first thoughts have been to just mount it to the outside back of the bus. Third: With that said, I obviously haven't hooked it up yet.

Seems my skoolie project goes wide open for a few weeks, then drops off for a couple months. It's due to start back up soon in preparation for the next Bristol Race.
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Old 08-05-2007, 05:13 PM   #10
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Re: MAREY Tankless Water Heater

how is the progress on the water heater? I want one myself I have been thinking about the lp version
a few weeks back I saw a combo lp/ac model now that I have the money can't find it.
are you in scca racing I heard you mention bristol?
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