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Old 06-10-2007, 08:21 AM   #15
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Have you tried this?
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I think the point Ken was making is that the most common method to rid an enclosed space of odors is to air it out. By "opening" your coach up, the odors/fumes will dissipate quicker than if the unit is closed or stored inside with the AC running.
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n reference to the post by TXiceman, I've owned my unit for six years now and from day one I have always left the window over my kitchen sink slightly open as well as the power fan cover about the range/stove covered with a Maxiair cover opened even when stored outside 24/7/365.

This allowed some air movement within the unit all the time and I've never had any smell or better yet any mold or mildew. Can't swear by it but I was thinking when the DW and I toured the plant several years ago and they showed us the vacuum bonding process I thought they stated this would help eliminate the out gassing problem.

Even now with the unit parked inside my garage I still maintain that practice and I've never had any problems with smells or burning eyes.
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We'll try this! Thanks.
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