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Old 08-20-2007, 11:12 AM   #15
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I heard back this morning from "The Cat" company. Very nice folks with good advice. They think I have the earliest model (it was installed in 1981) and say that it will just keep running and running. The tech said that they are designed to pull oxygen through small openings in the coach and that there is no reason to crack a window. There is nothing wrong with cracking a window but it is not neccessary...they also vent the exhaust through the side of the coach. Anyway, there you have it.

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Old 08-23-2007, 10:19 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Fyrzowt
You may have a combo CO/gas detector. CO is essentially the same weight as air.
Better yet

We are also running the Olympian Wave 6, Craig. We mainly seem to camp in places without hook-ups, so it makes sense for those cold nights! Where did you mount yours? We had a couple options, then decided just to make it portable, with the gas line coming in under the dinette of our 30' Classic.


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