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FS: Riviera Heater

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vessey44

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FS: Riviera Heater

Post by vessey44 on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 3:01 pm

I have just removed a Riviera heater inc. box for a Dandy floor...Its in full working order & only removed due to upgrading to a Propex HS2000

I am open to sensible offers

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vickoir
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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by vickoir on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 3:56 pm

i would love that matt just dont think nick will let me lol!
as the propex is fine
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vessey44

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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by vessey44 on Wed 07 Mar 2012, 1:04 am

I tried to get nick to give the Propex up for this today...He was impressed how clean the sight glass on the heater was,there is hope

Have you seen your new tinted windows yet?
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vickoir
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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by vickoir on Wed 07 Mar 2012, 6:38 pm

vessey44 wrote:I tried to get nick to give the Propex up for this today...He was impressed how clean the sight glass on the heater was,there is hope

Have you seen your new tinted windows yet?

yes like them a lot

patthepeak

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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by patthepeak on Mon 19 Mar 2012, 7:11 pm

i am after one of those i will give you £40 for it????
cheers
paul
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vessey44

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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by vessey44 on Fri 06 Apr 2012, 9:37 pm

April BUMP Very Happy

Walshy

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Underfloor heater

Post by Walshy on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 3:59 pm

Hi there

I know this is is unlikely but have you still got this heater for sale? - I only need the brass nut which connects the gas pipe to the heater but would buy the whole thing as these nuts are hard to get hold of.

Cheers

Martin - you could call me on 07884466347 if you still have the heater or message back thanks
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vessey44

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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by vessey44 on Wed 15 Aug 2012, 4:19 pm

Sorry this has sold.

What size is the fitting?
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Tow Itch
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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by Tow Itch on Mon 20 Aug 2012, 4:06 pm

Walshy wrote:Hi there

I know this is is unlikely but have you still got this heater for sale? - I only need the brass nut which connects the gas pipe to the heater but would buy the whole thing as these nuts are hard to get hold of.

Cheers

Martin - you could call me on 07884466347 if you still have the heater or message back thanks

As it's of foreign origin don't know if it's BSP or metric.
I will need one of these at some point try this table in the video to size

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Now having read the threaded section of a spare Riviera heater I had I found the diameter to equal 11.85mm.

That doesn't look to equate to anything here so it's starting to look metric unless you know better.

To insert my digital callipers to measure the outside diameter of the thread I had to remove the base and the side inspection port.

There is no way I can get the internal measure to determine the inside diameter of the fitting.

Having said that it's 8mm. (I think I trust myself to offer up the external jaws to a point near the internal diameter and judge that.)

Hint. I bet it's 8mm copper pipe that comes in.

I'd suggest offering up the olive and end nut from one of these and seeing how it goes.
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Re: FS: Riviera Heater

Post by Tow Itch on Thu 23 Aug 2012, 10:43 am

Walshy

Looking for other information and just looked over the installation instructions. It mentions an 8mm inlet on those. Just thinking do you have the installation instructions? If you need them I'll send them on.

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