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Old 07-05-2016, 10:41 AM   #57
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Kind of like you never use the coffee maker in a hotel room, never know whats been in the tank.

Totally agree!
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Never use a hotel room - I have an RV.
Unfortunately I travel to the UK one week a month and forced to stay in hotel rooms. If it didn't take 21 days by ship I'd have my RV with me
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One question that comes to mind is why would anybody invest in a class A motorhome, especially a DP, if a washer/dryer was not really useful to them ?? There are probably a lot of reasons why not to put one in if it was never there but to use the motorhome so little that washer/dryer is not highly desireable would seem sad to me.
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To sum it up, we just HATE going to laundromats for many reasons!

There, I said it!
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Man, I can't imagine not having the washer/dryer in my rig. We took out the Wirlpool washing machine and replaced it with the Splendide XC vented combo unit. The hamper in our rig hold enough clothes for two loads of laundry, lights and darks. Meanwhile we mounted a countertop dishwasher where the dryer was meant to go. Four people means dishes. The dishwasher solves that while using less water than the sink. Can't imagine not having either of them now.
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I grew up in a family of 7 with a 3 bench Chevy van and a pop up camper. When my wife and I were discussing what we would like in our first RV, I was in the washer dryer camp firmly. She thought it was overkill. Told me I was overcompensating for the pop up. I can tell you that she has been most happy as have I with the choice to get WD. The campgrounds are expensive ($3.00 for a wash and 25 cents for 10 minutes of dryer. We did not realize just how nice it was to have.
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