I want to tap into my 2008 Wildcat's 24RL low pressure LP gas system so I can use the low pressure from my 30# cylinders, but I want to be able to remove the flex-line to the Wave Heater so the 5er can be used w/ out the heater as well.
It seems the heater can be used with feet (which I purchased) or "hung" from a wall using 4 screw heads (screws partially sticking out so inverted key holes in the back of the heater will slip over so gravity will hold the heater in-place).
I do not want to use the available recessed mounting rim, so that the heater can easily be removed w/out leaving a huge hole where it mounts.
I also want the heater to be usable w/ the slide collapsed for enroute boondocking at rest areas and WalMart type overnights enroute to destination. Further, I'd like the warmth to be directed where it would naturally circulate heat the whole trailer, rather than concentrate in a specific area, if possible, since I'd like to keep the bedroom as well as the back couch/bed comfortable for sleeping, as both will often be occupied for that purpose. I do understand a good part of the Wave's heat is directed-infrared in nature, of course (and must not be aimed at anything flammable even w/ the slide "in."
I have a few ideas, but I don't want to be suggestive, and want "clean ideas" or how YOU did it, so I am not mentioning my ideas here to contaminate YOUR ideas.
So where did you/would you tap in to the gas, and what components did/would you use? I really don't want to have to remove major components (like the stove/oven) to access gas lines if I don't have to, of course, but will obviously listen to and and all options. The more the better!!
Unfortunately obvious places like the furnace line seem attractive, but the furnace and it's lines are buried well out-of-sight in my model.
Please include your camper model and floor plan in case it's NOT very similar to mine so I can account for differences in your method. Including an image of your floor plan in your reply (I just Googled my year/model and found the one shown above) if possible or convenient would be even more helpful for that purpose.