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Old 03-13-2014, 09:17 AM   #29
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Wow, ZERO chance? If I don't have a fire suppression system, I am guaranteed to die if my engine catches fire?
You know what they say..... Ohhwell....
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:33 AM   #30
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In airplanes the pilot sees a blinking light and hears an alarm in the cock pit when there is a fire in a compartment or engine.
WHY can't RV's have the same set up for the engine and refrigerator???
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In airplanes the pilot sees a blinking light and hears an alarm in the cock pit when there is a fire in a compartment or engine. WHY can't RV's have the same set up for the engine and refrigerator???
I'm $ure it is po$$ible.
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Have seen several coaches catch fire in this area due to low air pressure on inside drive tire get hot and catch fire
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Halon only works in a confined area, like a engin compartment of a boat. I bet it was a tire fire since, like somebody else said, the ref wasn't in the bedroom. I've seen plenty of tire fires on buses, inner goes flat and wallah FIRE. Hate to see that happen.
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You have a zero percent chance of putting out a fire without a fire suppression system. Who said anything about dying?
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