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- Scurvy Dog
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- Vessel Info: 1999 370 Voyager
- Location: Texas
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Left the hoses going to the water heater in case we hook one back up and ran the new hose by the hoses and made sure the new hose was not coming into contact with anything that would rub a hole in it.
This also allows us to remove the old water heater and replace with something in the future.
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Looks good, If it were mine I would put new hoses to the new water heater when comes time. Once those old hoses sit dry in the bilge , rot will set in pretty quick.
Good you got the old one out, now could you reinstall a heater of the same size as the old by just reversing things?
― Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows
Safe travels with light winds and calm seas.....
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- Vessel Info: The Midnight Sun
- Location: Montreal, Canada
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2007 Carver 41 CMY
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