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Dometic-Servel Direct Vent Kit for RGE400 Refrigerators 3108708.540

$198.00

Dometic-Servel Direct Vent Kit for RGE400 Refrigerators 3108708.540

$198.00
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3108708.54
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Product Description

This kit includes:
 
(1) 5' Aluminum Primary Intake Assembly with Welded Wall Flange 
(1) 3.5' Aluminum Combustion Exhaust Assembly with Welded Wall Flange
(1) Aluminum Replacement Burner/Combustion Housing Cover
(2) 1/4" Mesh Rodent Infiltration Screens
(2) Decorative Plastic Exhaust and Intake Covers
(2) Internal Trim Plates
(2) 1-1/2" Worm Type Hose Clamps
(1) Flue Coupler
(1) Flue Gasket, Burner Housing
(16) #8 x 3/4" Slotted Panhead Screws
(1) 2"x18" Cut Length of Aluminum Foil Tape
(1) 3 oz. Tube High Temperature Silicone
(1) Glass Piece, 1.5"x1.5"x.005"
(1) Installation Instructions
Position the RGE 400 Refigerator at the desired location with the flue on the back of the refigerator approximately 3-6 inches from the wall.
Mark the intended location of the Intsake and Exhaust holes on the wall, using this illustration as a guide. The Exhaust tube hole is drilled directly above the flue outlet and as high as the 3.5' Exhaust tube will allow, leaving enough to connect to the wall flange on the outside of the wall. The Intake hole is to be located 13.5" directly under the location of the Exhaust tube.
Important: Be sure to use all 3.5 feet of exhaust tube.
Both holes will pass completely through the interior and exterior surfaces. The drill should only pass through the free insulated area between the 2x4's.
Move the refrigerator away from the wall and drill the Exhaust tube hole first. Remember that all 3.5 feet of the aluminum Exhaust tube is to be used.
Important: The hole should be sloped to the outside at a 4 degree angle. This slope is very important and is a building code requirement. It allows for any condensation that might form on the Exhaust tube to drain to the outside.
Next, drill the Intake tube hole.
Important: Be sure to use all 5 feet of intake tube.
 

 

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