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If that Wolter 300 is still available

I'm a 95% probable customer. Eh?
I'm also a newbie here. ¿Is there some way to communicate without writing my phone number on the outhouse wall?
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Re: Need to replace dead Wolter tankless water heater

I'm looking for help. I had one on my old boat for eight years and loved it.

I just got a used Wolter that was never installed. I tested it and it is working fine. It has a flue hood with the 3" vent.

I'm looking for a manual and I found part of one online, but it was missing some pages. One thing in particular I'm trying to figure out is how the optional flue fan was connected and what type of fan it was. I had put the fan option into my Wolter on my last boat. I liked the power venting as it assure proper flueing. It looked like just a normal muffin fan and I remember hooking it up to the terminal strip, just not exactly where.

Would anyone have any information, like a manual or information on the fan connection or type, like CFM for the flue vent option?

Also interested in buying any old Wolter 300 for parts.

Contact me tcdunlap(at)gmail.com

Thanks,
Tim
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