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Old 04-06-2013, 10:29 AM   #29
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Old 04-06-2013, 01:46 PM   #31
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We have a stand alone icemaker that we don't use. I don't like the varying taste of water and would rather buy commercial ice which is usually taste free. If I would take the icemaker out it would make a great cat litter spot.
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We have a stand alone icemaker that we don't use. I don't like the varying taste of water and would rather buy commercial ice which is usually taste free. If I would take the icemaker out it would make a great cat litter spot.
Wouldn't an inline water filter fix this issue?
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The sat dish on top. Never has been used and never will by us. The slide covers. They don't like the 40 mph winds we get, and I don't like them. Carpet in the slide and bedroom. We hate carpet.
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:17 PM   #34
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Seems like most people don't like their washer dryer and remove them which evidently leaves a vent hole to be sealed. I agree with another that said side decals. They crack and are almost impossible to get off and then the underside doesn't match the rest. Thanks for input!
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:14 PM   #35
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Stink bugs.

Left PA in October with a "few". Make that hundreds.
Capture/flush routine from PA to CA and back east to NM. Average or 2 per day.

Have not seen one for a week.

Will be back in PA later this month. :-(
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Old 04-09-2013, 10:32 PM   #36
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Passenger seat

Removed the front passenger seat in ours, DW rides in the recliner (it has seat belt). Making my computer station in that area. Will post photos (if it comes out all right.
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Also wish my generator would slide out like the American Eagles for ease of maintenance.
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:14 AM   #39
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Do you have something in or on your rv that you wish it didn't have or you don't want?
Yes, a piece of crap fiber shelf between the passenger and driver that covers half of the engine cover. Cut those screws off with a dremel and removed it. No 12 volt sockets near table or drivers area that don't require the ignition on and tied to start battery. Added 2 of them and ran wires back to chassis battery. Everything else I like. Sure is easier to get into front seats with the shelf gone. Plus puppy can have his bed there.
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:43 PM   #41
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CARPET!!! Who in the world wants carpet in their living space, especially in an RV that we use 6 months of the year. Plus we have a Cavalier King Charles that we keep feathered, so lots of hair that we have to scrape off the carpet every day. That carpet is coming up this summer!

The standard J-Couch. It is still in great shape, but not exactly the best arrangement when we want to watch the front TV - we are replacing it with 2 recliners like a lot of folks on this forum have done

No 110 outlets on the passenger side and that is where I do my computer work. Right now I am stringing extension cords, but recently put in a 1500 watt inverter and am now setting up the desk with all the cords mounted where I need them and tucked to the backside so they are out of sight.

Otherwise - LOVE my old (1995) Thor
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Wouldn't an inline water filter fix this issue?
Or perhaps buy bottled water to make the ice.
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