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Old 08-10-2012, 03:13 PM   #71
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We wouldn't be without ours. The wash/dry times aren't unreasonable unless you fail to read the directions and overload the units. Yes, we wash frequent small loads, but who cares? We put dirty clothes in when we leave in the morning and they're clean and dry when we return. Why waste money or time sitting in a laundry room doing the wash?
Hi: We have a Splendide washer/dryer combo unit and love it - nice to have clean towels, etc., and we can bring less with us knowing we can wash along the way.

Just curious - how are you able to put the clothes in the washer and then leave for the day, and have the clothes DRY when you return? Is there a way to set the Splendide to dry the clothes automatically after the wash cycle is done? Perhaps I need to read the owner's manual.....hmmm.

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We had stackables in our 5'ver, and a combo unit (vented) in the coach. Wife wants her stackables back, so our combo will be on the auction block soon. I think the combo works just fine,but I don't do the laundry
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Old 08-10-2012, 06:50 PM   #73
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When we first bought our coach and were only making weekend trips we thought about taking the Splendide out for more storage space.

Now that we have been living in it for 5 months and have driven from TX to AK we would not be without our vented combination for all the reasons stated above. Plus we had no problem reaching max gross weight without the extra storage space!
See below of an actual sign in a laundromat we photographed in Dawson Creek.
Now that's a machine I want to run my underware through!
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PS Can someone tell me where the lint trap is located on a Splendide 2000S?
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Just curious - how are you able to put the clothes in the washer and then leave for the day, and have the clothes DRY when you return? Is there a way to set the Splendide to dry the clothes automatically after the wash cycle is done? Perhaps I need to read the owner's manual.....hmmm.
All you do is set the dry control to time or automatic when you set the washer controls and then turn it on! That's pretty much the only way we use it. IMHO maybe you should read the manual.
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All you do is set the dry control to time or automatic when you set the washer controls and then turn it on! That's pretty much the only way we use it. IMHO maybe you should read the manual.
X2. Set wash/dry go for a hike or go fishing... or is DW has a say shopping. Done when we return.
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