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Old 09-14-2015, 08:15 PM   #1
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2006 Dolphin monitor panel

We recently bought a 2006 National dolphin RV and have very little info about the monitoring panel. the shower is behind the panel and we think there is a leak. The front looks like a door with hinges but we don't want to start prying on it if you can not access the area behind it. Can anyone help?

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Old 09-15-2015, 06:33 AM   #2
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You can open it. just like a cabinet door. Then their is a piece of paneling that can be removed with a screwdriver to see behind the shower faucet control's.
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Welcome to iRV2 Forums hope you enjoy your Dolphin as much as we do ours.
Two good resources for information and help with your Dolphin is the National RV Owner's Forum here on iRV2 and the National RV Forum on Yahoo Groups.

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You can open it. just like a cabinet door. Then their is a piece of paneling that can be removed with a screwdriver to see behind the shower faucet control's.
On the frame of the monitor panel door are small looking buttons, do these have screws behind them that you would need to pop them out before you try and open the door. We have tried to access as you indicated and it will not open. Thank you for all you help. Sorry I did not get back sooner but have been traveling where there was no access to the internet.
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Yours might be different. On mine there are hinges on one side and a carved out hand hold place on the other side of the panel, If it has never been open it might be stuck. Look for the hinges is all I can say. It must hinge because of all the wires back there, you would not want it just hanging by the wire when open.
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Thanks again. I just posted about this under the National forum. The door panel sounds the same as it does have hinges as well as the carved out handle, but when you pull, it appears that there is something keeping it from releasing. I guess we are a little bit afraid that we might break the door. The RV is a model 5320 Dolphin. Guess all we can do is try and pull the nubs off and see if there is a screw. Wish us luck.
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