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Old 01-24-2009, 02:37 AM   #1
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Does anyone else have dust problems? We have an overwhelming amount of dust in the RV even when the windows are closed. Does anyone have any tips? Thanks.

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Old 01-24-2009, 08:06 AM   #2
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Unless the area where you are is really dusty, I would be looking for a leaky window, ceiling vent that isn't totally closed/doesn't seal, etc. ... or tell the kids to keep the door shut!!

I recall a few months ago someone having a huge amount of dust, particularly in the bedroom and is drawer in a dresser, on a new coach (different brand than yours). Inspection at night using lights revealed a mfg defect where road dust was coming in the bottom of the coach while driving. ...certainly not a likely problem, but if you can't explain the level of dust any other way anything is possible!!

Later note ... I found the link in your sig line didn't work. When I tried some alternatives I found the following location:
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Thanks! And thanks for the note on the link. I have fixed it. Leave a comment!
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