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Old 12-27-2012, 07:05 AM   #1
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Monaco/HR 34SBD Bedroom Windows?

Hi folks,
I'm shopping for a motorhome and am trying to do as much up front research as possible. I really like the Admiral and Monarch floor-plans but I'm curious about windows in the bedroom.
Is there not a window in the bedroom that opens for ventilation?
I see the rear window but that appears to open only as an emergency exit?

I'm looking at the 2007 and 2008 model years in particular and not sure if other years are the same.
Any info would be appreciated!
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I have a 2007 holiday rambler neptune and have a large window on the side over a dresser that opens as well as two windows on each side of the slide that open. Opening all of these creates a nice cross ventilation for fresh air.
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I have a 2007 holiday rambler neptune and have a large window on the side over a dresser that opens as well as two windows on each side of the slide that open.
Aah yes, I see that the Neptune 34SBD does have a couple of windows. Still curious to hear from Monarch and Admiral owners to determine if I've missed something in the photos and floor-plans!
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:10 PM   #4
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We added a screen to our bedroom swing out window by double back Velco.
Others have added a power vent into space above the window.
Do a search and see what others have done.
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On my 2006 HR Admiral SE 35' (34SBD) gasser, there are 2 windows in the bedroom that open: one is above the dressing table/makeup mirror which has mirrored wood panels that close over the window. (this also is the emergency escape window and has a screen in it so that you can use it as a normal window for ventilation too) and one window in the bedroom slide to your right if your facing the headboard. I very much like this setup because it makes for a very dark room for when it's bedtime!

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