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Old 07-14-2018, 03:47 PM   #1
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Saw dust mystery

Ok maybe this has been discussed before but I couldn't find a post similar. I have saw dust that accumulates under the front edge of my kitchen island on my 2017 Voltage 3605. Doesn't matter if I am hauling or parked. I vacuum it up and after a few days it reappears. At first I thought mice since we live in a rural area of Colorado but no usual signs of mice, droppings etc. Under the sink is totally clean. The only thing I can think of is saw dust trapped behind the veneer of the front of the island. If that is a case there must be a ton of it as this has been happening for the year I have owned it. Any one else seen anything like this?
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Think ANTS! As in carpenter ants. Get it treated, we did and no more ants anywhere. Search for styrofoam and you will see my thread. Good luck.
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Blast under there with compressed air, Vacuum, rest and repeat.
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Ants. Buy a 3 pack of Raid foggers (orange cans). 1-2 on the inside and set one off in the storage area as well. I would personally shut off the propane first.
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Sawdust

I know this is a late response. I have had the exact same issue along with a buddy who has a Voltage. The problem is when they make the trailer they do not remove the sawdust and it comes out of the vents (both AC and Heat). I found a large amount of sawdust under the fridge, in all ducts, under the stairs in the underbelly, and about anywhere you could think of. I spent a great deal of time removing all this then I kept getting it in. Finally, found about 4 hand fulls in the main AC on top of the trailer when a mobile tech had to be called for an AC issue. Hope this helps. Oh - if you remove your AC vents make sure they are taped correctly. Mine was all messed up. Once the tape was correct the AC felt great. Good luck.
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