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Old 07-28-2015, 02:32 PM   #1
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Hi- I have a 2002 Winnebago adventurer 35U. How do you open hinged compartment door (heat pump condenser) that is located at the right rear of coach? I see where it is hinged in 3 locations. Thanks RickeyD
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Open the compartment door in front of it, look on the side for screws. Remove the screws there and on the bottom of the door. Be aware there are no hold up gas shocks for it, use a stick or the DW to hold up. lol
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The screws may be on the bottom. Most Winnebagos are. There should be a bracket with 2 screws at the front and rear of the panel.
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Thanks everyone. I see what needs to be done. Owners manual don't tell you how to open door.
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