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ADR 44

Clause/sInstallationApplicable Evidence Options
44.8Entry DoorDoor product specifications; or
Drawings; or
Installation Instructions
44.8LPG EquipmentDrawings; or
Installation Instructions; or
Gas Installation Certification
44.8Fire ExtinguisherDrawings; or
Installation Instructions; or
Certification/Compliance to Australian Standards

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Disclaimer – Towables
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