RV Furnace Exhaust and Air Intake Vent Maintenance | TrailerLifeTV

RV Furnace Exhaust and Air Intake Vent Maintenance | TrailerLifeTV

via RV Furnace Exhaust and Air Intake Vent Maintenance | TrailerLifeTV.

This is a great tip, now when you watch this it should be obvious that it was staged but remember that spiders do love to build nests in anything with the smell of propane.

SO I check everything my coach has sat for long time (like over the winter) and see if anyone has moved in, as this could be very dangerous. If the intake is blocked the heater will most likely not start, but if the exhaust is blocked you could get carbon monoxide inside your coach and that is very dangerous so always check any propane appliance your have in your coach after it sits for any amount of time to be safe.

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About smokeycamping

Well let's see have lived in NY for my whole life, have always loved the outdoors (as long as it is warm out) have always hated the cold, and like a dummy have stayed in NY. But now with my second try my wife, we have been camping now for well over 25 yrs. We currently own a 2010 Cedar creek silverback 35TS and can not wait to get out on the highways and see this great country we all call home. Hope to see every National park before my medical issue becomes too bad to travel. I love my African gray parrot (she is my baby) and have two dogs at the time brother and sister mutts, but love them all the same. Have always been a big Nascar fan, love computers (have a number of certificates to build and work on them) am trying to learn photography, enjoy light hiking, being with good friends and folks. country music, pop music and just being outdoors. So I hope someday to meet some of the great people who like what I like and post out there in some great campground somewhere in the country, till then I will keep posting and I hope you keep liking.

Posted on January 8, 2015, in The world as i see it as a camper and who loves his country and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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