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Old 11-11-2021, 12:47 PM   #21
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Got it home yesterday, leveled and ran the slides out. Cleaned up the styrofoam bits and found some mouse turd also on the floor. Turds were mainly at the back edge of the LR slide that was revealed when I put the slide out. I live in the country and there are field mice around but I haven't had much of an issue with them wanting in. I will have some cabinet inspection to do in the next couple days.

Meanwhile I don't have any snap traps so off to the store today to get a couple. Sunday or Monday I'll scope the vents to see what's there. I did turn on the fan side of the A/Cs on high and got some more out. I'm not going to attempt to put the shop vac up to a vent until I can look first.

Meanwhile I still need to schedule it into an alignment shop to get that rectified.

Filled the tank on the way home for $3.50 a gallon. Last fillup was in TN at $2.89. I'd hate to live on the left coast and those pricing.

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Old 11-11-2021, 05:51 PM   #22
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Old 11-11-2021, 06:51 PM   #23
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That styrofoam is somewhat fragile, but I think the majority of the problem comes from the cut edges, fitting it in and creating the 'ductwork, which is not sealed in any way, so you are pretty much guaranteed an almost never ending spray of styrofoam when you run the AC. Quantities should diminish over time, but I doubt it will stop entirely.
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