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Old 31-10-16, 22:26
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Default Fitting Propex heater

Hi folks anybody know where I can get a brand new Propex heater fitted,Inverness ,Elgin area,tried brummy but he's away for a while
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Old 01-12-16, 18:53
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Have you tried Vanguard in Fort William?
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What about just servicing guys, who's recommended around our bit?

How'd you get on with the heater btw?
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Old 30-12-16, 09:35
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Unless you want the gas fitting certificate, fit it yourself, its not that hard and the Propex comes with some excellent fitting instructions. Out of interest what type of gas are you using Butane or Propane or a mix?
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What about just servicing guys, who's recommended around our bit?

How'd you get on with the heater btw?
me and my son managed to fit it we have used it once upto now and it was brilliant kept us nice and toasty ,noise is minimal and only used half a volt for all night,not sure how much gas
its brilliant should have got it sooner makes me shudder to think how we used to have ice on our noses and inside the windows when out on fishing trips
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Unless you want the gas fitting certificate, fit it yourself, its not that hard and the Propex comes with some excellent fitting instructions. Out of interest what type of gas are you using Butane or Propane or a mix?
propane
and for safety we have 2 cabon monoxide detectors in the van,
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