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Inspect the terminals on the coach and chassis batteries for corrosion. As you can see, these were already protected with corrosion barrier and they are OK. Also check the electrolyte level in all flooded cell batteries. These Trojan batteries are connected to an easy-to-use central fill system called Hydrolink, which allows you to equally fill all batteries in one simple operation.
Carefully inspect the burner tube and the flue of all gas-operated appliances such as the water heater and refrigerator. These are common areas for insects and bees to build nests that need to be removed before lighting the burners.

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