Originally Posted by TQ60
We thought that was the entry.. £€%÷€£!!!
Set snap traps and got another one yesterday.
Today started working on the water manifolds in the kitchen area and when we pulled out the low point drains we had to get serious with a screwdriver and camera and noticed large gap where the water lines come in.
The water tank is down the center between the frame rails inside an insulated wood box then it has a 4 inch dryer duct from there to the entry point that is above the fuel tank also between the frame rails.
The hole in the floor looks like it was square instead of round but hard to tell.
We could get the bore camera down real easy and it was into wide open space so we are guessing they are running across the fuel tank and coming in via that space.
Stuffed with steel wool for now and will look at blocking the area off above the tank after we finish the water lines.
Traps set and ready...
You're really going all out to plug up rodent access points in your coach! Good for you. In an earlier post, I suggested that you try to eliminate your rodent population by making a water bucket trap. If you can kill them before they infiltrate, you & your coach reap the benefits.
Jim & Shirley & Abbie (Scottie)
2013 Newmar Canyon Star 3911
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
Jim & Shirley & Abbie (Scottish Terrier)
2013 Newmar Canyon Star 3911, 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan - Braun Accessibility Modified Toad, Remco Lube Pump, 5 Star Tune, Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C, Coach Net Emergency Road Service, FMCA 378968