My first two TC’s had two amenities that I grew rather fond of - a Wave heater and a gas light. Where to put the Wave as an aux. heater in the new Laredo? I’m sure this installation would be covered with lawyer tags and does indeed require one to pay attention. “Fool proof yes, idiot proof, not so much...” The Wave JUST fits in the opening though I am considering taking a quarter inch or so off the bottom of the hole to accommodate something like a cabinet lid support to keep the door positively open. The heater can be removed seasonally with ease. I still haven’t found a solution for the gas light location but it is much less of an issue since all 12V lamps have been changed out for LED’s. Still, the gas light offered a cheery light and a welcome bit of warmth.
The before picture:
Propane connection was made under the cook top. There is a shutoff on the other side of the cabinet wall.
Nice installation.......I installed a Wave 3 last year and really like it. They are great for those chilly evenings when you just need to warm things up a little. And they are very economical to run. Installing them on the inside of a cabinet door is a nice idea.
2009 Chevy Silverado 3500 dually D/A, Supersprings, Stable Loads, Bilstein Shocks, Hellwig Sway Bar, Front Timbrens.
2010 Arctic Fox 1140 DB, 220 watts solar, custom 4 in 1 "U" shaped dinette/couch, 59 interior and exterior mods to date and still adding