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Old 06-14-2021, 04:20 PM   #1
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Micro Minnie 2108DS outside insect screen covers

What and where to buy insect screen covers for the furnace, water heater and anything else on this unit. I went looking today and so confused on what to buy. I can use some advice. I just bought this unit a few days ago.
Also looking for a good slide roof retractable cover and how the are mounted to the trailer wall and slide.
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Old 06-18-2021, 06:25 PM   #2
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You can get outside refrigerator bug covers here. I'm sure Amazon has bug screens for your other appliances. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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A far more cost effective and long lasting cover for all of the outside vents can be made of common screen of the courser type that is larger openings than the normal screen wire but still small enough to keep the larger bugs out. Gnats we don't need to worry about but things the size of wasps/mud daubers are what we need to stop, so a stroll through a good old fashioned hardware is my choice, then cut and fit.
I don't like the sort most often seen because if they are easy to put on , they are also easy to knock off! Those sold for frig vents often do not fit well and leaves open gaps.
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A far more cost effective and long lasting cover for all of the outside vents can be made of common screen of the courser type that is larger openings than the normal screen wire but still small enough to keep the larger bugs out. Gnats we don't need to worry about but things the size of wasps/mud daubers are what we need to stop, so a stroll through a good old fashioned hardware is my choice, then cut and fit.
I don't like the sort most often seen because if they are easy to put on , they are also easy to knock off! Those sold for frig vents often do not fit well and leaves open gaps.
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Morich, no open gaps here.
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