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|JanHank||One of Hans' s next projects has to be something he can remove and plug for the Tüv (mot)|
Originally Posted by JanHank View Post
I think your old Musketeer may not have conformed to the latest EU directive....whatever that is!
Yes, welcome back as I have to keep searching for your very informative videos for others to benefit from.
|Pudsey_Bear||Nice to see ya back David.|
Question Dave, why don't they do what the used to do and put the fridge exhaust outside the van.?
Here is what I mean on our old Musketeer, the fumes were taken directly out not staying inside the fridge cavity.
I know I'm picking up an old post, but I feel it's really important.
Sometimes I feel like I'm bit of an old fuddy duddy for banging on about "elf and Safety" but it's part of my day job and it's kept me alive more times than I care to remember. I bring that mindset into my private life as well.
I did a video about this not that long ago before I saw this post -
always nice to see a thread which IMO is SOOO important being chatted on again....
the problem and the answers remain the same, we all need to be aware and act accordingly.
I would say try to follow the instructions in the package as closely as possible and would agree 2 is better than 1....
Carbon Monoxide is roughly the same density as air.
I have fitted them (note - plural) at roughly nose level.
One by the (fixed) bed and one in the hab area - but not too close to the hob to avoid constant FAWGIs.
Originally Posted by dghr272 View Post
Originally Posted by Kev_n_Liz View Post
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