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Old 04-17-2012, 01:07 PM   #1
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I have a 08 mk-33 with a Onan 4000 gen. The problem is while using the gen at night the exhaust is entering our top bedroom slide setting off the C-02 detecter.
I tried extending the pipe away from the slide by usingaplastic hose with the wire ran through it.
It worked well until the heat melted holes it.
I have looked around and found one at CW. It ran the pipe up and over the roof. It appeard to be difficult to install / uninstall. The price was a issue as well.
I / We camp in places w/o hookups, so running the genny is required.
I visualized just putting on a pipe extender, so I could remove it easily.
So any ideas on extending my exhaust pipe will be very much appreciated.

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Old 04-18-2012, 10:42 AM   #2
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Hmmm, might need to contact company to see what exhaust options they have or kits that might be available.



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Ditto. Sticking with factory made and engineered parts would be a wise move.


Those fumes can be lethal.
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