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Old 06-29-2019
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Hey guys,

For the through the roof generator exhaust. Has anyone ever worked on theirs? My question is on the configuration in the upright tube. Is it one piece, is it welded, is it bolted together (tightened sleeve) or is it a slip on connection? Anyone ever had an exhaust leak here?

I have not had a chance to remove the screws on the top cover and yank on it and see what happens.

I think I may have an exhaust leak in this area. I can see that at one point of time the horizontal tube was bumped and on the roof my plastic cover is cracked. I don't smell anything in the coach, but I want to be sure. My lower cap is always off (for better flow), even with this I see some fumes exiting the top exhaust.

If anyone knows I would appreciate it. thanks!!!
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I have had one of the generator exhaust stacks out of a coach.
You don't want to do this,and theres no reason too.
the pipe is stainless and its inside a stainless pipe,a pipe inside a pipe.
both are one piece,no joints or connections.
Even that top piece you say is plastic in metal (unless you have something i have not seen).
It is possible that the exhaust could be coming up the stack from the bottom,where you have the cap off.
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I don't smell anything in the coach, but I want to be sure.
Should go without saying -- until you figure it out, buy a couple of CO detectors (one for BR, one for living area). You won't smell the bad stuff. Oh, and the 20+ year old built-in CO detector was probably toast 15 years ago (typical lifespan of the sensors is 5 - 7 years).

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Thanks Randy, I will remove that top cover and post some pictures later.

Thanks Jim, safety first always.
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