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Old 12-28-2015, 10:28 AM   #1
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Mice in ceiling 2013 Leprechaun 22QB

Any ideas on how mice would be getting into the ceiling of the motorhome? I found styrofoam in the light lens in several of the ceiling mounted lights. The worse was in the bathroom. I pulled the lamp down and found a next in the ceiling and it contained leaves and other outside debris. I have installed a mouse blocker, put peppermint soaked cotton balls inside the lamp opening and spread fox urine around the pad where the motorhome is parked. I have checked it every day and have not found any critters for a week. I inspected underneath the rig and the roof and cannot find any place they are getting in. I did come to realize that the way the insulation in the ceiling is set up, there is literally a highway of sorts of open space for the wiring to run from one place to another and I would really like to see if I can find the entrance and seal it up once and for all. Wondering if anyone else has run into this same problem. Not looking for suggestions on keeping mice out. I have a list of those from another post. Just looking for the entrance into the ceiling of the 2013 22QB. Thanks!
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