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Has anyone piped their AH exhaust pipe to the generator through the roof exhaust pipe or is this too long of a distance to route it this way? It seems we keep banging the AH exhaust pipe since it hangs down lower then anything else under the bus.
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Has anyone piped their AH exhaust pipe to the generator through the roof exhaust pipe or is this too long of a distance to route it this way? It seems we keep banging the AH exhaust pipe since it hangs down lower then anything else under the bus.
I believe there would be to much back pressure from the generator if the generator was running.
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The AQ Hot exhaust pipe must have a downward slope from the burner to the tip of the exhaust. Without that you run the risk of pooled fuel in the pipe if the fuel solenoid fails. You don't want that.
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I have seen Newell coach’s exit out the roof, but it was separate from the generator exit (two stacks)
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I have seen Newell coach’s exit out the roof, but it was separate from the generator exit (two stacks)
Could be a weep hole in the exhaust low point. You do not want fuel pooling in the exhaust.
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