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Hi,

Can anyone advise?

We sometimes get a very cold draft from the ventilation grill at the base of the main sliding door on our 2004 Trigano Tribute.

I am looking at covering it (when required) but is there a possibility of carbon monoxide/gas poisoning if I do this?

If so how have others got around this problem.

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HI

i remember when i had my tribute the wind used to howl through the vent in the door, at night time i used to wedge a rubber matflat up against the door to stop the draught at night (really so the dog wouldnt be in a draught).

common sense but if you have the blown air heating on it needs to draw air in.

regards

keith
 
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