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Old 09-29-2015, 05:01 AM   #1
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aftermath of a mouse

Had a mouse get in the camper late summer and died in the furnace. I got the mouse out and found it had built a nest in one of the vents...along with chewing holes all in the vent. I fixed the vent and got the mouse out of the furnace. The problem I have now is the smell when I turn the furnace on. I've cycled the furnace without the heat coming on and used about a half can of lysol into the intake and that helped some but there's still some odor left there. With cold weather camping coming I need to figure out how to get the smell out of the vents. I've thought about just running the furnace when I'm not using the camper and leaving the windows open. Any other ideas how to get the odor out of the furnace and vents?

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Old 09-29-2015, 06:15 AM   #2
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You might try getting a ozone generator and running it in the MH or maybe even in the furnace duct. I used this method when one died in a camero and I could not find it.

I used one similar to this.

BTW I like the name. Mine is Orion also
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