Wife took RV to Winnebago dealer for warranty repairs last Fall.. Slides were supposedly adjusted. She just informed me that on her first dry camping night, the CO alarm woke her up. Generator fumes still seeping into rear bedroom slide so its off to a different Winnebago dealer for warranty work again. (I'm in AFG so can't help out which is a bit frustrating). We looked at the aftermarket Venturi exhaust stacks but generator warranty does not approve and there is nowhere to hang it off the Aspect. (End of rant)
My wife was dry camping last weekend, running the generator in the evening when the carbon monoxide detector went off. She turned on the fans and got the inside vented & alarm went off. (I'm deploying overseas and in Texas, so she couldn't reach me until later)
I had her go outside and look under the bedroom side and she could see a ~1/2" gap between the slide and floor where she could reach inside the RV. She also noticed a gap on the other slides.
I assume there is a rubber seal is missing on the bottom of the slides to keep the inside of the RV sealed up?
She has an appointment with the nearest Winnie dealer in a few weeks.
(Also found the fresh water tank was not attached and pulled away from the fill port, dumping 2/3's of the water tank on her 3 hour drive to the camp site.
Overall, we love the new Aspect and it's the first C with slides we've owned, thus the long winded question about additional bottom seals on the three slides to keep out generator fumes. TKS