RV Circuit Breakers and Fuses a minor problem or is it? RV circuit breakers and fuses are us ally easily accessible and easy to replace. They are very reasonable to purchase. So why don't you stock up on RV fuses and circuit breakers? Many of us find ourself's in need of a RV fuse or a circuit breaker when enjoying a camping trip and no Auto Zone is around. Check your RV circuit breakers and fuses today.
Did you know: If you have a blown fuse, replace it with the same rating as the blown fuse.
RV Smoke and RV Carbon Monoxide Detectors are for a Safe RV Living Environment. RVers need a dual-sensor detector, which means it uses ionization and photoelectric technologies. Ionization is just particles of combustion, which is what we get out of a toaster or a frying pan. Photoelectric; is an electrical short, the ionization sensor won’t pick it up. An RV smoldering refrigerator fire, the ionization won’t pick it up because it’s the wrong type of smoke. If you combine your RV CO and LP detector, mounting it at a lower level not ceiling is perfectly acceptable under the National Fire Protection Association Standard 720-2009 (Read More)
When was the last time you tested the escape hatch in your RV?
RV fires are scary. RV fire extinguishers are a must, you might even have more than one on hand in case of a fire. Owning one is not going to do any good if you don’t know how to use it, or if it is out of date. The needle on the gauge, should be in the green if not service your fire extinguisher.