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Old 03-20-2016, 08:14 PM   #11
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Thanks ! I just replaced my carbon monoxide detector AND my LP gas detector did that yesterday.My unit still had the originals, that would be 10 years plus ! but is new to me...
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Bump....

Also, a few nights ago I thought it would be a good idea to do a fire drill with my 5 year old daughter to make sure she could use the emergency exit on the bottom bunk. I had her get into the top bunk where she normally sleeps and made sure could jump onto the bottom bunk and release the screen and the window herself. I stopped her before she jumped out the window . I'm glad I did this however as she had a hard time with the screen until she practiced a few times.

Anyhow, back to Jmooney's point of the thread...change your batteries!
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Also, a few nights ago I thought it would be a good idea to do a fire drill with my 5 year old daughter to make sure she could use the emergency exit on the bottom bunk. I had her get into the top bunk where she normally sleeps and made sure could jump onto the bottom bunk and release the screen and the window herself. I stopped her before she jumped out the window . I'm glad I did this however as she had a hard time with the screen until she practiced a few times.

Anyhow, back to Jmooney's point of the thread...change your batteries!
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As we all start to unwinterize our campers, please replace the battery in your smoke detectors.

They may have been beeping all winter and are now dead......

Don't be dead like the battery in your smoke detectors......

Reply to keep this on the recent thread list so everyone gets the reminder
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Jim- What's with this BUMP stuff? I don't get it.

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Bump simply means that I bumped it back to the active /recent topic list so that it remains visible for others to see and read.
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As we all start to unwinterize our campers, please replace the battery in your smoke detectors.

They may have been beeping all winter and are now dead......

Don't be dead like the battery in your smoke detectors......

Reply to keep this on the recent thread list so everyone gets the reminder

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Last rig we full timed in we had a talking smoke detector. You record whatever message you want. We did fire drills as well by ringing the alarm. We did them at night with no lights to teach them to feel their way out. Fire alarm told them what to do over and over. 20 years offshore and trust me you know what to do in a fire in a hurry. One of the biggest reasons we got rid of the "RV fridge" was the remote possibility of fire.
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