Simple questions. We'll be spending a lot of weekends up at a ski resort with our double slide Okanagan this season (well, assuming the snow returns this years). I definitely want to add an Olympian heater to the setup. At night, I'll close the dinette slide, but I have to leave the wall slide open so I can get to cabover bedroom and bathroom, etc. With that, I can find no place to mount an Olympian close to the floor without creating a fire risk. So, here come the questions:
1) Have any of you mounted an Olympian at counter height and above? Heating results?
2) If you have an Olympian, regardless of where you mounted it, what size and results?
PS: I originally planned on mounting on undersink cabinet door. However, with a careless wife and almost as careless nuggets, it would get destroyed when smashed against the neighboring drawer handles, etc. Above the counter, to the right of the window, would be okay, but I fear the heater medium would get contaminated by cooking, dinner prep, etc.
You know, I'm sure we have ever used the oven, except for storing pans. I bet I could fab a mount and mount it sideways, on the oven door. Would be fairly low and not be too close to the dinetter slide, even when the dinette slide was closed. Humm.