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Old 09-08-2014, 06:14 PM   #85
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Yes, thank you, that is what I am looking for. This looks like a slightly older model with an iPhone interface that is no longer supported. The newer models with Onelink are also on Amazon. Does anyone have experience with this network? Might be nice to have the RV text me to call the insurance company.

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Old 09-11-2014, 11:07 PM   #86
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My son had his Southwind parked next to a 5th wheel at Parker Dam, Az. The 5th wheel cought fire in the middle of the day with the father , his son and their dog inside . The father made it out, the son had severe burns and the dog was lost in the fire. It burned down to the chassis in minutes.
So much for the alarm saying the "fire is in the kitchen"
The pictures that were taken would make you think they torched it on purpose , it was so intense .

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Old 09-12-2014, 03:44 AM   #87
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Agreed, "the fire is in the kitchen" is probably too late, but "the smoke is in the kitchen" gives you a chance as I had with the electrical issue. It also gives you a hint of where to start looking for the CO source.

I am wondering if an outside detector (e.g. fridge) would be set off by the neighbor's campfire. Could be very annoying if you are not there to deal with it. Any experience here?

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