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Old 09-04-2013, 03:02 PM   #1
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Talking Old stinky money-pit.

We just got the stinky old money-pit back yesterday. This is our 1993 Class-C Dutchman. $300 to install the awning we bought somewhere else and they fixed the generator. The mouse smell is gone but not the other bad smell. We can't find where it's coming from or what it is.
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Well at least congrats on the new awning. Hope yoou can resolve the other issue though. Good luck.
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A bad battery will also smell. A hot water heater can put off a bad smell as well.
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It's not battery or propane. We know what they smell like. We think it may be from all the rotten wood over the rear bedroom. It started to really smell after all the rain this spring and early summer, and all the reddish brown water that dripped down on the bed.
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