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Old 07-13-2017, 05:24 PM   #1
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The other day I walked into my new camper and walked into the bathroom and it looked like it snowed. It was particals if foam insulation. Is that normal. When I called the dealer and talked to the maintenance they told me that could happen? Help me out I have a 2018 Rockwood mini lite
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It would depend on where it's from and why?
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It would depend on where it's from and why?
It's just looks like small pieces
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It may have come from the A/C ducts? Just some material left over from when it was assembled that blew out the vent?
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I hope so
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It may have come from the A/C ducts? Just some material left over from when it was assembled that blew out the vent?
X2, You need to finish cleaning everything.
Remove the vents, access panels, ect. and vacuum everything.
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Pretty normal along with plastic debris, sawdust and leftover screws.
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X2, You need to finish cleaning everything.
Remove the vents, access panels, ect. and vacuum everything.
Ditto, after I did some maintenance on my A/c and ducts, I removed all the covers and took a leaf blower and blew into all the duct openings, thereby clearing out all the left over debris.
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Ditto, after I did some maintenance on my A/c and ducts, I removed all the covers and took a leaf blower and blew into all the duct openings, thereby clearing out all the left over debris.
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