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Old 11-27-2018, 11:02 AM   #85
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We have smoke detector in our ceiling then by the door we have another detector thats about 4”x4” its black with a grill on it and a push button to test. Is that detector for the gasses if u have a fridge leak?
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We have smoke detector in our ceiling then by the door we have another detector thats about 4”x4” its black with a grill on it and a push button to test. Is that detector for the gasses if u have a fridge leak?
No. They are not designed for the ammonia gas mixture. Having said that ours went off when our Norcold cooling unit went. We had to get out of the coach in a hurry. Having said that there may have also been some smoke although we didn’t notice it at the time. When we put in our residential a week later the wood was quite scorched in certain areas so there may have been some smoke when it happened. I think we are on year 8 or 9 with our residential now and it has never had a hiccup. Some years it runs 7/24 365, others only 6 months of the year.
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Until I went RR I added a automatic fire system and a smoke detector behind the NoCold 1200 fire bomb. When Not using for more than a week I shut it off. The BS about boondocking with RR may be true in a trailer where your energy needs are minimal but not in a MH. My generator time actually reduced with a RR, BUT I added another 100A charger. Of all the mods I’ve done...RR is by far the BEST one and I should have done it sooner.
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When I replaced my 1200 it wasn’t performing well anymore. I found no heat damage or yellow powder residue. Both fans were still working and I add the ARP unit I even made a direct copy of the triple fan assembly they sell for inside the box. Had no one interested in buying the old unit but did sell the two doors and the fridge fix fan assembly. It ruined too many trips in our first year dealing with it.
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