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  1. Yep it's a 32amp IT and will do the job if you require a 32amp IT. Note it's around about 90%+ efficient, so you won't get the full 32amp from the supply.
  2. Even the expensive stuff does eventually, you'll see instructions on not to have it installed where it holds any waste, you are also meant to replace it every 5 years so recommend using rigid pipe where you can. Even if it didn't eventually smell, if you ever needed to replace the hose for any reason, having not to empty the tank totally can only be a good thing.
  3. Always go from the top, sanitation hoses will smell if they hold any waste in them.
  4. Another catchy Trump song... https://www.facebook.com/deborah.taylorsmith/videos/3296764150336100/
  5. Not seen this been posted here;
  6. It uses convection, if you look at the design there are two skins, the outer has holes for airflow.. The outer skin doesn't get that hot, but the inner will hot.
  7. Bit late now you've installed it to be asking.
  8. That's a header tank, loads on Amazon, try searching for "aluminum header tank"
  9. Apart from the Hurricane I don't think there is any other 12v PJ boilers. Reading on other forums the Hurricane is not as recommended.
  10. I'm also looking to do the same but with a PJ boiler as these are better designed for 24/7 use. You'll only get around 100watt max per sq meter which may not be enough to keep your boat warm in the depths of winter so having another heat outlet is recommended. If you don't like radiators then what about heater air matrices as well?
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