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Miss Scarlett
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« Reply #15 on: August 30, 2013, 06:05:58 PM »

I remember seeing some pictures on the KY camper. The jobsite type generator was on the tailgate of a pickup parked beside the trailer and the exhaust was pointed toward an open storage door. Even though the genny appeared to be at least 6ft away the open door allowed enough exhaust to get in to cause death.

I read somewhere (probably here) about a method of finding water leaks that should help you find any kind of small leaks. Someone suggested that you put a small squirrel cage fan in a window or vent and seal it as much as possible with duct tape. This should pressurize the bus or camper. Then outside the bus spray a mixture of dishwashing liquid and water on any seam. If it is leaking it will bubble. Of course if it is too large to bubble that should be an easy find anyway. 

Miss Scarlett is an Eagle 10 with a 6v92 and Allison 740
UPDATE: finished enough to use!!!- exterior will remain original.
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