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  • Livingit
    Livingit PROTECTING YOURSELF AND YOUR RV:
    February 13, 2020Regarding fire extinguishers. I would suggest having one in Tow vehicle or cab of Class C rv easily accessible. Sometimes fires start from fuel leaks and wheel bearings.
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    • Livingit
      Cruising In Our Cabin February 13, 2020 We keep ours near exits
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      Steve & Diane February 13, 2020 We have 4 fire extinguishers, one each in the bedroom, kitchen, next to door (in our 5er), and one in the truck.
    • Livingit
      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) February 13, 2020 We have several too. The problem is, if your not home when it happens, it doesn’t matter how many you have.
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      • Livingit
        Echo780 February 13, 2020 Which why insurance is just as important.
      • Livingit
        Wrambling Wrecks March 9, 2020 We were not in the DP when the Norcold set it on fire, but might have been.  In motorhomes, we keep extinguishers front and back, hatchet in the back, and other types of fire/carbon monoxide, air change/smoke alarms in addition to RV OEM alarms.
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