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Temco Dv need pipe

Post in 'It's a Gas!' started by CamFan, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. CamFan

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    I need some Temco TDV series pipe or an approved equal that will make the proper connections. I can not find any and no cross references of pipe that will work. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  2. DAKSY

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    I'd contact this guy directly:

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/paul-geisen/10/b48/3a8

    He used to be product manager for Temco...

    Good luck...
  3. CamFan

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    I tried his linkedin and I could not find an area where I could send a message to him. I have sent internal messages before but no luck here. Thanks
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    Yeah, I guess you have to see his profile to contact him & in order to do that, you need to join linked in..My Bad...
    I don't think the company is around anymore...
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    I am on linkedin, but I do not use it much and I guess If we are friends I could contact him. that is the only was I can see for now.
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    Good luck. How much venting do you need?
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    if the pipe is connected to an existing elbow about 14' with a slip connector.

    I install gas logs and service direct vents b vents etc. this unit is in a friends house and this unit was installed before him buying the house. instead of using a slip they used a flex pipe for the exhaust and regular single wall for the intake. It leaked and did not work right and they put duct seal on all the joints, which overheated and looks bad. If I can clean them up and seal appropiatly I could use less pipe. I am just trying to help resolve this for him after I pointed out it was not a correct install and not safe in my opinion.
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    Well, I was going to suggest you look at the Regency venting kits. They use a flexible co-axial set-up which, while not specifically approved for a Temco unit, might just be compatible...

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