Rapido 927F any idea what this is

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  1. FunnyFendt

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    Small black plastic something that sits on the pull down bed. There is a 12 volt cable running to it but it doesn't seem to do anything. Anyone got anything similar
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    Temperature sensor for the heating?:unsure:
     
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    Alarm sensor? Temperature sensor? I'd guess the former
     
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    Usually in the hab doorway on Rapido
     
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    Ejector seat button?
     
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    Teas made button :)
     
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    It's the thermostat for your heating, I have the same in mine (y)
     
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    OK if we're getting into daft ideas it's a recessed fire sprinkler head.:eek::eek::giggle:
     
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    Temperature sensor for the heating. I have one in the "lounge" of my Laika. I only know because the manual says so
     
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    Guys that's brilliant saves me trying to chase the wires back. I'll try putting an ice cube on it to see if the heating comes on, then putting a blowtorch on it to see if it goes off. There's nothing like absolute science when testing. Cheers everyone
     
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    dry powder, co2, foam, or steam??
     
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    Would it not be better testing with a bit of hot action on the bed above?:whistle::whistle::whistle:
     
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    According to Rapido owners they think they're the greatest thing since sliced bread so they are bound to have the all singing and dancing version and therefore all depends on the type of fire it recognises. See told you we're into daft ideas!;)
     
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    We don't think, we know :LOL:
     
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    It's definitely the sensor for the heating thermostat. It's exactly the same on my 999M
     
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