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Norcold refrigerator install [message #310014] Sun, 06 November 2016 19:10 Go to next message
Jack Ramsey is currently offline  Jack Ramsey   United States
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I am finishing up the Norcold 2 way and have built a complete insulated structure and venting as per all the instructions and recommendations, including the divider to keep the hot exhaust off the top of the NXA614. Before I seal it in, I need to install some sort of flexible material between the insulated structure and the body exhaust vent on the roof. What is the best material for this? I am thinking it would be the best way to keep propane exhaust out of the living area to use some fabric type material for this area and around the side fresh air intake so the loop is isolated from the interior living area.



Jack Ramsey Tulare, CA TZE165V101526 1975 Palm Beach
Re: Norcold refrigerator install [message #310081 is a reply to message #310014] Tue, 08 November 2016 09:40 Go to previous message
Johnny Bridges is currently offline  Johnny Bridges   United States
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Go down to the HVAC supply store and look at 'duct isolators' which we used to isolate the A/C ducts where they went through sound - proof walls. They com in several sizes, and there might be one co=lose enough for your purposes.


76 26' Eleganza(?) with beaucoup mods and add - ons. Braselton, Ga. "I forgive them all, save those who hurt the dogs. They must answer to me in hell" - ol Andy, paraphrased
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