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Smoke alarms have been around for quite awhile… almost to the point of complacency.  
 We all recognize the round white shape mounted on the ceiling, but when was the last time you replaced the batteries or pressed the test button to make sure it functions properly?

If you are reinstalling a smoke alarm on an older RV, mount it on the ceiling. Smoke and heat will rise quickly to that level, and you need as much warning of fire or choking smoke as possible. 

Also, be sure to install new batteries at least once a year, and test the alarm every month. 

Propane gas detectors 

Propane gas detectors are a key element of RV propane systems in RVs. They must endure constant vibration and jarring while traveling down the highways. This constant movement greatly increases the possibility of damaging the plumbing required to deliver propane to your gas appliances. 

This is a rather extensive system because in most RVs you have a furnace, a stove (possibly with an oven), a refrigerator, and a water heater. That’s a lot of pilot lights or electronic igniters that must all function correctly every time. 

Something as simple as turning the knobs for the stovetop the wrong direction can easily leave raw propane escaping into your living space. 

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The recommended service life of 
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Replace Propane & CO alarms
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I have read this notice and understand that I should install a new Carbon Monoxide Alarm and/or Propane Alarm
because one or both are over 5 years old, did not test properly or I do not have one or both installed in my RV.
I was informed of the needed service by the Service Technician named below and I waive the recommendation to
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of any liability now and in the future for any injury or loss of life resulting from my failure to authorize the
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CARBON MONOXIDE & PROPANE ALARM REPLACEMENT NOTICE
The first thing you need to do when filling propane is to turn off the camper appliances that run off propane; the hot water heater, furnace, refrigerator, stove, and oven. Then turn off the propane using the turn valve at the top of the cylinder and carefully remove your propane cylinders from your RV.
The propane / LP detector in your truck camper is designed to alert you if you have a propane leak in your truck camper. The propane / LP detector should be located near the interior floor of your camper because, in the event of a propane leak, propane acts like water and pools at the lowest point of your camper.  
If your propane / LP detector goes off, you should immediately open the main camper door and leave the unit. Do not light a cigarette, turn on electric switches or appliances, or electronic re-igniters as these actions could trigger an explosion. Leave the camper door open and the propane should dissipate quickly. Propane is heavier than air so it will flow out of your camper quickly like water falling out of a bucket. Once out of your camper, immediately close the supply valves on your propane containers and do not open them until the problem has been corrected.
Propane detectors can be triggered by perfume, wet pets, and bad pet breath. Even if you suspect that the propane / LP detector alarm was triggered from a source other than propane, the safe thing to do is exit the camper and allow the air to clear. Once the air has cleared and you return to the unit, you could put the perfume or other suspected source in front of the detector to see if it triggers an alarm.

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It’s that time of year again; time for my annual RV spring preparation checklist. If your RV has been sitting  idle all winter you need to whip it back into shape for another camping season. At first glance this checklist 

looks like it would take two days to complete, but it’s actually something you can do on a Saturday afternoon  when there’s nothing else to do. By following a simple checklist you make sure nothing is overlooked.

Depending on how your unit was winterized it will need to be de-winterized.

Inspect for water leaks. With the water system pressurized, either by the water pump or hooked up to city water, inspect the plumbing for any water leaks. Check the operation of the toilet.

Remove any protective covering that you may have put over LP gas vents or outside vents to keep insects or rodents out. Remove any mousetraps you may have put out. Open all doors and compartments and check for rodent 

intrusion.

Wash the unit thoroughly. This is a good time to inspect the roof and body seams, and window sealant for cracking that would allow water to get in. Consult a dealer for sealants compatible with these materials and 

reseal as required.

Inspect the operation of the awning and check the awning fabric for any damage. Clean the awning if necessary and let the fabric dry thoroughly before rolling it up.

Inspect the tires for signs of dry rot and wear. Inflate all tires to the recommended tire pressure. Check the lug nuts for proper torque.

Lubricate all hinges and locks with a graphite spray lubricant.

Inspect and clean the RVs interior.

Plug in any appliances that you unplugged for storage and replace any dry cell batteries you may have removed. 

This is a good time to put new batteries in items like smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors and clocks.

Test the operation of the carbon monoxide alarm, LP gas leak detector and smoke alarm.

Check the fire extinguisher. Be sure it is fully charged. If it is a dry powder type turn it upside down and tap on the bottom to help release the powder that settled on the bottom.

Reset any breakers you may have turned off. If you removed any fuses for storage re-install them.

Clean or replace air conditioner filters if it wasn’t done prior to storage and remove any covers that were put over air conditioners.

Open vents and windows and air the unit out.

If you removed the coach and chassis batteries for storage install them. Whether they were removed or not 

check the electrolyte levels, clean the terminals and clamps, and check the charge level in all batteries. Recharge batteries as required.

Check the operation of the electric steps if applicable. Lubricate step mechanism.

Test the operation of the hydraulic jacks if applicable. Check hydraulic fluid level.

If you didn’t change the oil and filters in the generator prior to storage this is a good time to do it. 

Inspect the generator exhaust system for damage prior to starting. Start and run the generator for two hours with at least a half rated load on it. Consult the generators owner manual for load ratings.


Turn the generator off and plug the unit into shore power. Turn the refrigerator on in the electric mode.  Allow sufficient time to cool and check for proper operation.

Check all 12-volt interior lights and accessories.

Test the monitor panel for proper operation.

Check the operation of slide-outs if applicable.

Check the remaining 120-volt appliances for proper operation.

Test the Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) for proper operation.

Turn the refrigerator off, leave the doors open and allow sufficient time for it to get to room temperature so it can be checked in the LP gas mode.

Note: Before using the LP gas system it’s a good idea to have a leak test and gas operating pressure test preformed. A qualified technician with the proper equipment should do these tests.

Once this is accomplished, turn the LP gas valve on and check the operation of all LP gas appliances. Be sure the water heater is full of water before testing the water heater. If a gas appliance is not operating 

properly have it inspected by a qualified technician. Insects are attracted to the odorant added to LP gas and 

build nests that can affect the appliance from operating properly.

If your unit was in long-term storage and you didn’t change the engine oil and filter prior to storage this  would be a good time to do it or schedule to have it done.

Check all fluid levels in transmission, power steering, engine coolant, engine oil, windshield washer and  brakes. Consult vehicle owner’s manual.

Start the engine and check for proper readings on all gauges. Check for proper operation of dash air conditioner.

Check the condition of windshield wiper blades and replace if necessary.

Check the operation of all chassis lights.

In addition to this if you have a pop-up or travel trailer or fifth wheel the wheel bearings and brakes (if quipped) should be inspected at least once annually. Inspect any canvas for dry rot and tears; inspect all 

hitch work and coupler for damage. Inspect the breakaway switch and pigtail for proper operation.


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