And is a drip leg required?
Daniel, did you google the make and model installation instructions? I don’t know off hand, but that is what I used to do for info.
yes, I tried, and it says not to use a flex line unless it is rated for the BTU’s. From what I can find, I don’t think it is rated for that much. But I also didn’t see anything in there about a drip leg.
No. And Yes.
From what I could find, the max rating for that was about 150k, probably less since it was 24"long.
So I did list both of those defects. Could that cause any damage to unit? Or just affect performance with high demand?
3/4" connector is good for 200k BTU, you do need a dirt (not drip) leg
If the connector was 1/2 then it’s not rated for 200k BTU and you may have a pressure problem and it may not burn correctly.
Restricted gas line, I believe will just result in reduced performance.
Sorry about misinformation on the sediment trap. I was driving to MT and couldn’t check manual. Listed device installation instructions take precedence over IRC