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Old 10-13-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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Default Smoke alarm detectors in your coach

This wanderlodge coach that caught on fire, the man had a Fire/smoke alarm and it went off and woke him up at 3:00am. Fires are a serious concern as they can start from a lot of different things and we should always be prepared.


If your Newell coach doesn't have at least one smoke alarm, you need to get one and install it asap. Be sure to test them before every trip and make sure batteries are good and replace them once a year for safety.
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