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Old 12-21-2018, 09:08 PM   #1
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Propane heater access

I have 2006 journey 36G. How do I obtain access to my propane heater?? I see the exhaust location beside the water heater.... any thoughts. Regards, Bassmaster
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I have 2006 journey 36G. How do I obtain access to my propane heater?? I see the exhaust location beside the water heater.... any thoughts. Regards, Bassmaster
The intake/exhaust you see is the very right hand side of the furnace. There should be a black sheet metal cover with screws around the perimeter just to the left of the intake/exhaust...your furnace is under that cover. You’ll have to remove the intake/exhaust assembly first then the cover.
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