Replacing our camper heater

When the heater broke down in our camper, I had no idea what to do; and true, it was at the start of spring, plus it wasn’t a life or death situation.

I would be turning the cooling system on soon, plus I would have all summer to get our heater running again.

I had a backup heating system underneath our camper, plus I tried to use parts from that old machine to get our old current one fixed. I didn’t really know if that old heater worked at all, so I didn’t have a clue what to expect. So when I couldn’t get our newer heater to work, I decided to purchase a brand new heater to skip all of the hassles. It didn’t seem as if installing this new heater would be that complicated, so I decided to finally give it a shot. That was until I began taking the old heater apart. I had to remove all of the electrical wires, gas hookups, plus vents from the old heating system. The vent holes didn’t even fit the new heating system, plus I wasn’t sure how to reconnect the electricity to the thing at all… Fall was starting to approach, so I decided to call a heating and air conditioning worker. Within a single day, she was able to install the new heating system that I had been struggling with for weeks… She didn’t charge that much when you compared all of the time that I would have spent installing the thing myself. However, now I can be sure that our family will be cozy and warm when wintertime arrives. I guess that is why you have to go to an actual trade school for an apprenticeship to work on heating and air conditioning units.

 

 

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