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Keeping spiders away

The following information was extracted from discussions on the RF Forum message boards.

Spiders can spin their webs in places such as burner tubes, preventing water heaters and refridgerators from working. They also like to hide among the wiring harnesses and other stuff running under your RV.

Spiders are attracted to the smell of propane, so it's normal for them to take up residence in various places in an RV.

Keeping spiders away can be done quite simply by placing moth balls in strategic places in and under an RV. Such places include the propane locker and in the vicinty of burner tubes for the water heater and refridgerator. A couple of mothballs on the ground under the RV might also help prevent new hitchhikers.