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Carver heater 2 months 1 week ago #465398

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Hello guys. I have fitted my caravan with carver heater 1800 and it is not good enough. When I turn on fannaster it just cant keep up and the air from vents is not hot. I was thinking about fitting 3600 one and was wondering if it is the same size or is it much bigger. They look same on ebay but no dimensions. Many thanks
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Carver heater 2 months 1 week ago #465400

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First of all, unless you are absolutely guaranteed that the unit actually works, don't buy old gas appliances from ebay !!!!!
Secondly, the 1800 is flued through the floor, but the 3600 must be flued through the roof.

The best person to ask about everything Carver is Gary at Arc Systems

www.arcsystems.biz/
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Carver heater 2 months 1 week ago #465433

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Will do. Thanks for advice
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