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    Quote Originally Posted by pacnw View Post
    Correct.

    But, the vent CAN be piped away from the ignition source or other rules for vent placement.
    See post #5

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidDeBord View Post
    And what does "APU" Stand for?
    Presumably, it means "Auxiliary Power Unit", which is a term that might be used by ex-military and prepper-type people from what I have found.

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    Actually, an APU is an auxilliary power unit, which is usually used aboard an aircraft. It is a power source that is built into the air frame in case no external power source is available.

    On the ground, you have a GPU, which is a ground power unit. Usually that is a generator on wheels, pulled by a tug
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