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    What model wallas is this?-gctid817702

    And how does it work? Turn on switch and dial the knob?






    Esteban
    Huntington Beach, California
    2018 Element 16
    Currently looking for 32xx in South Florida
    Former Bayliners: 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

    #2
    And I believe these came with electric stoves. Is that what these cut wires were from?


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    Esteban
    Huntington Beach, California
    2018 Element 16
    Currently looking for 32xx in South Florida
    Former Bayliners: 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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      #3
      Contact these people: https://www.scanmarineusa.com
      1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
      2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
      Anacortes, WA

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        #4
        It looks like a 90 t / 800 t to me, but check the Wallas website or Scan Marine to find out for sure. If you get the online manual be aware that the first section is in Finnish and the English section comes after that. The wrap on the exhaust pipe is actually a sleeve that is suppose to slide over the pipe.

        Greg
        Newport, Oregon
        South Beach Marina
        1986 3270 with twin 110 HP Hino diesels. Name of boat "Mr. Darcy"
        Past work history: Prototyping, tooling, and repair for Reinell,. General fiberglass boat repair starting in 1976.
        Also worked as heavy equipment mechanic, and machinery mechanic for over 30 years.

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          #5
          SCANMARINE is a great source for the heater model. I've seen these Wallas models in RVs and they provide a cooking source as well as heat. There must be a pilot flame needed to make it work. I can see the diesel fuel line as well as the exhaust from the picture. My guess is there is a diesel day tank you can trace using the fuel line. On another note - From one of the pictures I can see three (AC crimped off) - White/Black/Green. Take care that these are not live wires using a voltmeter (verify no 110V) between Hot(black) and Neutral(white). Even if they are not live - need properly capped/taped/bundled/secured.


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          MY 3988
          M/V MMPOWRD
          Poulsbo, WA

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            #6
            "Bay39" post=817746 wrote:
            SCANMARINE is a great source for the heater model. I've seen these Wallas models in RVs and they provide a cooking source as well as heat. There must be a pilot flame needed to make it work. I can see the diesel fuel line as well as the exhaust from the picture. My guess is there is a diesel day tank you can trace using the fuel line. On another note - From one of the pictures I can see three (AC crimped off) - White/Black/Green. Take care that these are not live wires using a voltmeter (verify no 110V) between Hot(black) and Neutral(white). Even if they are not live - need properly capped/taped/bundled/secured.
            I was wondering about those wires too. On my shore power panel there is a switch for the stove, probably goes to those wires. I don't think the wallas needs 110 so I'll remove that switch and pull those wires out.
            Esteban
            Huntington Beach, California
            2018 Element 16
            Currently looking for 32xx in South Florida
            Former Bayliners: 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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