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  • GlenM
    GlenM Why didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    October 5, 2020Roof top AC
    I am parked in a camp ground where it will be parked for the rest of the year.while there today I noticed bees or wasps buzzing around the AC unit...what have others done to keep them from nesting inside the shroud?
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      MRJohnston October 5, 2020 Can you put some kind of screening or mosquito netting around it while stored?   Maybe velcro to hold it in place.
    • GlenM
      Rick & Dorothy Myers October 6, 2020 I cut pieces of window screen material and used silicone to attach it to the inside of the A/C cover over the vent holes  So far, so good
    • GlenM
      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) October 6, 2020 Yep, we do the same, along with our dryer vent, propane and frig if can.
    • GlenM
      John & Ann Martin October 7, 2020 Flea Collars - they don't like the smell.
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        sfried2487 October 9, 2020 Where do you put them?
    • GlenM
      John & Ann Martin October 10, 2020 Put a flea collar in the back cavity of the water heater, refrigerator, wherever needed to repel wasps, etc.
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