|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 7.5 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||42141|
|Manufacturer Part Number||42141|
|OEM Part Number||42141|
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Camco 42141 Flying Insect Screen - FUR 200 - 2 Pack
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- Screen measures 2-7/8" diameter x 1-5/16" tall
- Fits most Duo-therm and Suburban furnace vents
- Protects the furnace from flying insect nests
- Easy to install, includes tool
- Heavy-duty stainless steel mesh cover
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Wasps, mud daubers, birds and rodents pose a serious threat to the furnace on your RV. They can enter through the furnace vents and cause serious damage by building nests that interfere with air flow. Camco 42141 (Model FUR 200) Flying Insect RV Furnace Screen fits Duo-therm and Suburban furnace vents. As Camco offers several furnace screens, consult size and photos to confirm this screen will fit your furnace vent. This easy-to-install screen will help ensure that your furnace vent stays free from costly invasion by unwanted pests.
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Given all of the trouble and expense that nesting bugs can cause, these covers should come standard with the equipment!
Important: Individual covers for intake and exhaust (this product) are much better than one larger screen that covers both together, as there is less chance of recycling the exhaust back into the intake.
I used one of these on my Tankless Water Heater exhaust Vent as it had a large space around it and there was plenty of room for nesting in the exhaust and in the compartment. Since I need to access the heater switch to turn it on and off, the screen cover would come off the exhaust port. The exhaust pipe itself has a larger-holed screen within. I ended up screwing the supplied spring to the approximate center of the screen cover to shorten the spring and improved retention then hooking the spring to the built in internal screen (with a just-found previously provided screen-spring tool). The screen stays on now when I open the decorative unit side cover.
The manufacturer legally has to tell you not to cover vents (to keep out wasps), but, as long as you periodically check and clean the screen it in no way restricts air flow. The decorative side cover keeps the screen centered in the exhaust hole, to screen it off from invaders and the spring retains the exhaust screen cover when the side panel is opened.
There is also louvered intake venting. I ordered a large flat SS screen and cut it to size over the internal louvers with metal snips. There is plenty of air space but no place for wasps or mud daubbers. This solved my problem with the Tankless Water Heater unit. I bought the preformed screen for my RV air heater and it fit perfectly. If you are concerned about restricting air flow, just inspect it when you go through your set-up list and use a can of compressed air (Costco) to spray it clear of dust as you like. If you do not have a wasp problem don't use them. Hope this helps someone.
I only needed one. I'll give the extra to my dad.
This 2-pack is a great value.
MEASURE your exhaust vent(s). There are other sizes available.