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Old 03-09-2016, 09:51 AM   #1
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I have a 1998 National Sea Breeze 1330 Limited no slides. I have a spot in the hallway area between the sink/showe and the dinette where something was mounted and wired in. I am wondering if there was orignally a smoke detector there. I have a battery powered smoke detector mounted above the dinette and a battery powered co2 detector in the hall way. If anyone can tell by the pictures for histories sake what was there from the factory, would greatlu appreciate the info.
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I'm sorry I can't say for 100% sure but , if you check the coach fuse panel for a dedicated fuse marked smoke or CO detector, pull that fuse and check the red wire for power.
With a location as close to the shower as that one, a PO , may have grown tired of setting the detector off; while showering; and gone to the battery unit in a different location.
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If you go to the Home page for the National forum here at IRV2.com one of the first stickys is National Brochures. If you click on that and go to the PacNuts website you can look up the 1998 Sea Breeze. Some of the pictures of the old brochures show a small white box in the location you are showing in your picture. Also look at the 1997 sea Breeze. So it looks like a smoke alarm. What do you think??????
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I'd have to agree with a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm.

Just replaced two wired in ones on our rig with 10 yr battery powered combo ones. Capped the wiring and pushed it back into the wall or ceiling depending on where the wires came from.
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If you go to the Home page for the National forum here at IRV2.com one of the first stickys is National Brochures. If you click on that and go to the PacNuts website you can look up the 1998 Sea Breeze. Some of the pictures of the old brochures show a small white box in the location you are showing in your picture. Also look at the 1997 sea Breeze. So it looks like a smoke alarm. What do you think??????
Yup...I have that brochure down loaded and see the square boxes you mentioned. One is the thermostat and I suspect that the other was a wired in detector (maybe smoke and co2 combo). also. Since I have both that are battery powered, I am thinking of adding a light there. Thanks all.
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