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Rheem RTG20150A Silicone Condensate Drain Tube Kit
Model#: RHMNRTG20150A
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Rheem RTG20150A Silicone Condensate Drain Tube Kit

Model#: RHMNRTG20150A
Retail:
$29.99
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$27.15
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Features:
  • 6 ft. high temperature silicone tube
  • For 3 in. / 5 in. Concentric Tankless Venting
  • Manufactured by Metal Fab, Inc.
  • Not compatible with components manufactured by Heat-Fab
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  • Silicone Condensate Drain Tube Kit - RTG20150A

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4.5

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5.0

Good quality product

By bru

from pa

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easily Understood Instructions
  • Easy Installation

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      Comments about Silicone Condensate Drain Tube Kit:

      the right piece for the job

       
      4.0

      Great but already came with vent kit too

      By mhtfixit

      from pensacola florida

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      Pros

      • Durable

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Silicone Condensate Drain Tube Kit:

          I ordered this not knowing it already came with the rheem vent kit, so I sent it back and recieved the refund. Then upon installation of the waterheater, I realized this tube had to be looped to form a p-trap, so it was very short after that. Codes here say it has to drain in a sutable place (floor drain, sink, outside, ect.. I had to move a sink closer to the heater to make it work. I now wish Id kept the second one to join them together so my sink could have stayed where it was.

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