There is a warning on the box that this is for *OUTSIDE USE ONLY* because there is not a way to release the carbon monoxide gas that the propane leaves behind after being burned . So i came up with this idea to remove the carbon monoxide gases by using duct work through the side wall and out of harms way.
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Step 1: Mounting the Heater
Step 2: Installing Gas and Water Lines
2nd picture~ shows installing the propane line to the gas input .
3rd picture~ shows installing the water output hose which goes to the shower head.
The third line is the water input which will be connected when the pex water line is finished .
Step 3: Tools Needed for Pex Water Line Installation
2nd ~ Shows the fittings and clamps i used for the installation.
Step 4: How to Use a Pex Clamping Tool Illustration
2nd~ install the nipple end of the clamp in the clamping tool
3rd~ squeeze the handles on the clamping tool just enough to hold the clamp in place .
4th~ Place the clamp over a piece of pex tubing and then squeeze the handles all the way closed . The tool is spring activated so it releases itself when the clamp is fully clamped .
Step 5: Pex Water Line Installation
Then i installed the main water line to the heater .
Step 6: Duct Work
Step 7: Installing the Pipe Through the Wall
Next was to install the thimble then the 90 degree elbow then the 2 foot extension to go through the wall .
Final step was to snap on the end cap.