|Item Weight||4.8 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 Flying Insect Screen -Protects RV Furnaces From Insects and Prevents RV Vent Damage - (2 Pack) (42141)
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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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To install them, mount the included springs to the screen, and place the slotted tool through a hole in the screen, and stretch the spring around one of the metal bars on the furnace vent. Takes no more than a minute or two to install and protect your RV furnace from uninvited guests.
One note, these only fit Suburban and Duo-Therm furnace vents. If you have an Atwood furnace, you will need a different screen, which is also available right here on Amazon. Double-check your furnace manufacturer to make sure which you have before ordering.
These took less than 5 minutes to install. It would have taken even less time, but the tool was a fairly tight fit through the screen. As others have suggested, putting the tool through the middle of the spring helped.
One set of openings sealed, 999 more to go!
They are very shiny and attractive so they attract being touched like wet paint. I decided to put a thin bead of silicone sealant around them so I have less chance of losing them on the road.
Update: Just back from a 700 mile trip. The screens held up well with the silicone holding them in place. They would have come off for sure in the vehicle washer.
A tip is make sure the center bracket is centered as much as possible. If it's slightly off it'll try and pull the cover in that direction making it off center and/or try and pull it onto the screws and start to lift it up.
My only concern is how log these will last. They're held on with a spring with only a little piece of metal that's been bent at an angle pulling tension. I have this fear that the spring is going to snap and rocket itself inside the furnace.