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I will be posting some pictures of 324 during my time working on it.
All put back together ready to burn some propane...
I had a roll of HVAC foil tape, so I just ran some along the seams
I put a few rivets in it
Here you can see splits at the seams
The duct work under the bathroom sink was needing some repair
The furnace didn't want to slide out the exterior of the coach due to the duct work mounting points on the side of the furnace. Came right out the inside thought.
I was able to unscrew one side of this bracket, and the tail light assembly slid down and out. The Philips head screws can be a bit of a pain to get to. I used a shorty Philips.
Here's a snap shot of the bracket that holds the tail lights tight against the inner body.
The cavity you need to try a block off is this area where the AC drains come down off the roof. I believe that's the only spot? I honestly don't know for sure...
I removed the tail lights in order to spray foam the voids in the body. The cavity that runs up along side the rear window can allow exhaust fumes to enter the coach from the cabinets..I have a real 440 exhaust fume problem I'm trying to address while cruising down the road, no it's not from beans this time...
The duct work here and the sheet metal for the front kitchen vent are missing. I need to fix this
The duct work runs along the floor under backside of the fridge, then behind/under the toilet..
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