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Old 08-20-2016, 11:55 AM   #15
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There is an exhaust fan in the bathroom. Use it correctly and no odor outside the bathroom area.

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IMO it has more to do with weight distribution than anything else. The heavier stuff like fridge and holding tanks are closer to the rear axle. It is easier to install the plumbing for a toilet if it is closer to the holding tank.

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Old 08-20-2016, 12:23 PM   #17
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On my coach the bath section - shower, sink and toilet area can be divided off from the living and dining area and bedroom by sliding pocket doors. The toilet and refrigerator are on the same side of the coach with a wall separating the two. The dinette is on the opposite side of the refrigerator. So keeping the head away from the living area is possible to a certain degree .
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Old 08-20-2016, 01:28 PM   #18
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So what's the issue ??? If you don't like a particular floor plan, pick another.
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My coach has four holding tanks. A grey and black are located in the very back of the coach as is the one of the two toilets.

You can buy a class A with two toilets and one will be in the rear 18 feet from the refrigerator.

And if you ever have to take Metformin to control your blood sugar levels you will appreciate having two toilets, believe me.
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I believe it all has to do with weight distribution and if it doesn't, it's because the designers don't give a crap. I've got a bath and a half and have never had an issue with smell from the crapper. I've also owned several 5th wheels and TT's and have not had any issues except when I had guest that didn't understand that the crapper doesn't flush the same as home and you can't put just anything in it.
If you don't like that floor plan then either keep looking or buy an old MH and gut it and redesign it the way you want.

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