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M-800 Mud Dauber Screen 3 5/8”W 1 1/4”H

- Prevents Motor Damage or Burner Blockage
- Fits a 2004 Atwood Hydroflame
- Does Not Prevent Airflow
Article number: M-800
Availability: In stock (1)

The M-800 Mud Dauber Screen by JCJ Enterprises is a reliable and effective solution to prevent motor damage or burner blockage in your furnace caused by nesting insects, mice, birds, or other small critters. With this furnace insect screen, you can safeguard your appliance and ensure its optimal performance.

Measuring at a compact 1-1/2 inches in height and 4 inches in diameter, this mud dauber screen is designed to fit a 2004 Atwood Hydroflame model furnace perfectly. Its dimensions are carefully crafted to provide a secure fit and protect your furnace from unwanted intruders.

Crafted from heavy-duty, rust-resistant stainless steel, this screen offers exceptional durability and longevity. It can withstand harsh environmental conditions, ensuring reliable protection for your furnace throughout its lifespan.

One notable feature of the M-800 Mud Dauber Screen is that it does not impede airflow to and from your appliances. It allows for the necessary ventilation while effectively keeping out insects and critters that can cause damage or blockage.

Installation is a breeze with the included tension springs and tools. You can easily attach the screen to your furnace, providing a hassle-free setup process. The package comes with everything you need to secure the screen in place, ensuring a quick and convenient installation.

Don't let nesting insects or small critters compromise the performance of your furnace. Invest in the M-800 Mud Dauber Screen by JCJ Enterprises to protect your appliance from potential damage and blockage. With its sturdy construction, easy installation, and compatibility with the Atwood Hydroflame model furnace, this screen is a reliable choice for any homeowner seeking to maintain the efficiency and longevity of their furnace.

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