Piping for a Direct Vent.

samhill
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Post Thu. May. 30, 2013 9:02 am

I'm still confused with this & I don't want anyone to get mis-information, is it a Direct Vent or a Power Vent we are talking about? I know a barometric vent shouldn't be used with a Direct but unsure which system is in question here.

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Post Thu. May. 30, 2013 10:29 pm

samhill wrote:I'm still confused with this & I don't want anyone to get mis-information, is it a Direct Vent or a Power Vent we are talking about? I know a barometric vent shouldn't be used with a Direct but unsure which system is in question here.
It is a directly power vented system. Does this help? :D :lol:


samhill
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Location: Linesville, Pa.

Post Fri. May. 31, 2013 7:56 am

Flyer, it doesn't matter to me but it sure may make a big difference to ddersch4, as I said I have a direct vent & know I don't need one & that it could harm my family if I installed one. I read back on this & never saw where he stated that it was a power vent system, not trying to make anything of it I just don't want false advice given out it never hurts to double check where safety is involved IMHO.

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Post Fri. May. 31, 2013 2:58 pm

samhill wrote:Flyer, it doesn't matter to me but it sure may make a big difference to ddersch4, as I said I have a direct vent & know I don't need one & that it could harm my family if I installed one. I read back on this & never saw where he stated that it was a power vent system, not trying to make anything of it I just don't want false advice given out it never hurts to double check where safety is involved IMHO.
I know I was just pickin. :P I will make sure he gets it right he has a good dealer doing the work as well. Thanks, Dave

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