Don't forget to replace your CO2 detector after 6-7 years
Bought a used RV recently and found that the detector in my rig was original (10 years) and had a "replacement date" of 6 years. Already had an Atwood to replace it that I had bought for the prior rig a few months earlier; their use life is 7 years.
Put it in and put a new expiration date with a sharpie pen. If you haven't checked yours, it might be time.
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