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  1. #1
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    Default No damper on a Heatilator

    I need some help. This Heatilator GB4942 with a 6" B-Vent flue did not have a damper in it. I could not find anything in the installation guidelines that says it even needed one. Any help would be great.

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    Smile Re: No damper on a Heatilator

    No damper required or approved for this unit. I went onto the Heatilator Dealer site and pulled up the most current manual, Rev. H. BTW, this unit started production 1/19/04 and is currently being produced. This size is known as a 42" Geneva. I know the engineer who designed this unit and I was a part of a cmte. reviewing facing options and revisions to the burner. The original burner was a little noisy. There is a high limit switch behind the removable hood, which is manual reset. These units can come in standing pilot or intermittent pilot ignition in NG or LP.

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    Bob

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    Default Re: No damper on a Heatilator

    Thank you Bob! That is what I needed.

    Ya see, I tell folks all the time that every day is a learning experience!

    Scott Patterson, ACI
    Spring Hill, TN
    www.traceinspections.com

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