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craig7h

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Posted: 12/29/21 11:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This link may help
https://www.etrailer.com/question-522399.html

OP is not looking for the detector thats ceiling mount. He is looking for the replacement that is hard wired and floor level.


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Posted: 12/29/21 12:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I did find one on Ebay but as I said before I would find out the MFG date before buying.


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Posted: 12/30/21 08:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is the one that I replaced my old one with. It mounts in the same hole in a cabinet near the floor and is hard wired into the trailer. It also comes in black and brown,
Barney

* This post was edited 12/30/21 09:00am by BarneyS *


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BarneyS wrote:

This is the one that I replaced my old one with. It mounts in the same hole in a cabinet near the floor and is hard wired into the trailer. It also comes in black and brown,
Barney


I think this is the one that my trailer came with as well. It failed in the first year we bought the trailer used so I replaced it with an identical unit, which failed within about 2 years. This reminds me that I need to replace it in the spring.

The strange thing is that I have never had one fail before this RV, and we owned our last RV for 10 years...[emoticon]


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Please dont get the kidda one if you plan on battery power. Its a battery back up mostly and they drain the battery fast. So it will not last if you are not conected to shore power constantly. For your home get it, its a great detector.


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