Originally Posted by Geo Jeff
I have both styles of venting on a couple of these I own. On the bus I am going to just install it in the shower on the wall so i can run the temp controls like it would be out side in our shower tent. then turn off the shower head and let it by pass through to the bus's other hot water sinks. who has a shower with out a roof fan or vent. its not like its a diesel engine running its propane on and off for seconds at a time. If you need to the tops are open you can hood one but i don't see any one dying over talking a shower. How many of you are cooking on a propane stove in a RV. I'm more worried about not enough ventilation from moisture causing mildew and mold.
point on! its the same btu as a burner on my stove. i use all 4 on cold mornings. for safety its best to just run a 90* out the wall using metal duct work. for venting humidity im going with the solar vents that will run 24 hours a day if needed.
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i got two for forward and aft