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Old 11/4/12, 10:04 AM
J Michael J. Sedillo J Michael J. Sedillo is offline
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Default Unknown device or appliance help

This appliance was observed on an exterior wall embedded in the stucco in San Clemente Ca. I'm not sure that it is a plumbing device but I don't recognize it. Does anybody out there know what it is? The other side of wall at the interior is drywall.
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Old 11/4/12, 10:14 AM
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Not sure...do you have a picture with the cover removed?




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Old 11/4/12, 10:18 AM
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Tankless water heater
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Old 11/4/12, 10:27 AM
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tankless gas wh
warmer climates mount in exterior wall for direct vent



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Interesting, I thought it looked like the exterior door of my rv water heater.




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Old 11/5/12, 12:40 AM
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Did you open the door? Could be a small water heater for a single bath....but without more info kinda hard to tell.



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It seems like tank-less water heater..
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