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Y-Guy

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Posted: 06/18/19 01:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you really want to get rid of it you need to hire a duct cleaning professional. Just running air through it won't cut it. You need something that pulls the air out and using a duct cleaning brush (google that) you can buy some off of Amazon if you want to try it cheap. You need to find away to get the dried urine out, and that's beyond what I'd know how to do.


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It would stop me cold. As an aside, any strong masking scent would move me along as well. I would assume the worst. Sounds like time for professional help. It would be money well spent.

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The ductwork is inexpensive flexible tubing you can purchase at home depot. I would remove the underbelly to investigate further.

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6.2Superduty wrote:

The ductwork is inexpensive flexible tubing you can purchase at home depot. I would remove the underbelly to investigate further.


The OP hasn't said whether his heating ductwork is interior or exterior so obviously it's the former, as was the case in my own KZ Spree, then there's no need to remove the trailer's underbelly. Interior ducting runs along the floor, behind & through cabinets, etc, so it's relatively easy to swap out, much more so than underbelly ducting.


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