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Discussion in 'Sport Yachts/Yachts' started by Four Suns, Aug 14, 2010.
Don, sorry for the delay and the poor graphics! Let me know if you need any other points measured -
Many thanks sir. really appreciate it
Btw the “measured to” line around the edge is the textured edge of the roof surface
That’s true: another question... any ideas on the replacement if s giod convection microwave that fits into the cabinet. I’m guessing it’d have to vent towards the front due to it being inside a cabinet.
sorry cant really help with that one, maybe one of the other guys .
I am not sure I understand your question -
I have a sharp Microwave/convection in mine. I think it just slid in, doesn't really vent anywhere that i'm aware.
+1 on the Sharp, i have the same, and i dont believe i have vents either.. we use ours all the time.
I had a sharp, no vents. I pulled it and put a Breville smart oven in. Love it.
it seems that everyone just replaces their unit with whatever. I'm concerned because convection ovens get hot (very hot) and I worry that, if not vented properly one would run the risk of fire????
The oven gets much hotter and there is no issue -
Hey Quality Time, just as follow-up, thanks for the info the risers, exactly what I needed. Can you or anyone else confirm that on this vintage boat there are 4 duckbill valves on each vacuum tank and 2 on the macerator and the 1 1/2" dometic one will work (or a part number)? Also anybody know the model number on this vintage Reverso system and where one might get just the cover for it?
Also, are your 8" tubes leaving the elbow in the exhaust back to the muffler tanks fiberglass or metal? Thanks
Yes, there are (4) 1-1/2” duckbills per vacuum tank and (2) in the macerator pump. Let me know if you need the part #.
The Reverso model # is OP7 - never bought parts for it other than an impeller kit.
My 8” tubes are stainless but some boats had fiberglass. I believe there was a Monel upgrade available at one time.
Does anyone have seablaze x lights under their boats?
Had them on a boat. What would you like to know?
Need to change out my hot water heater pressure relief valve. Atwood could not tell me if it is a 75 or 150 PSI rated. The collar tag is half missing and I can't read anything on it. Anyone able to take a look at what they have? Atwood is telling me it is either 150 or 75 PSI. Thanks, Dave
My 58 has a 150 psi and my surveyor said ABYC says it should be 75 psi....
I replaced mine a few years ago. I believe it was a 75 PSI but can check this weekend if you don't get an answer by then.
Thanks, Quality Time. Would like to know for sure exactly what I should replace with. Let me know when you have a chance. Don't know if you will be able to see manufacturer and part number. Thank you. Dave
I actually just found the order confirmation email from 2014.
It is a Watts brand. W-0004430 Relief 1/2 1XL-075210