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Old 07-14-2014, 09:07 PM   #99
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Bamaboy473, I posted #22 and #41. The confusion being made here is IT DOES MATTER in how you describe things. You can stand facing the door swinging out, face the door swinging towards you, stand with your back to the hinge with door swinging away or back to the hinge with door swinging in towards your shoulder. Interior or exterior doors shouldn't make a difference. As I said, seems like all the various ways to describe something as simple as a door is the issue. Add in the fact that the entrance door on an RV is a left hand door but it's on the right side of the vehicle and you put a few more confusing variables into the mix.

That's why I posted illustrations, it eliminates word confusion.




Bob, you and I are saying the same thing, and it's comical how words are confusing this simple question.

My comment was about PUSHING a door to open it. In Your, My, and all other comments about the subject, the swing that a PUSHED door takes is what it's called. PUSH the door and it goes Left...like most MHs...and it's a LH door.

You and I are saying the same thing. The OP went from a week ago not knowing anything, to being an expert because an eBay seller told him so. That doesn't change the facts. PUSH a door open and it's swing tells you LH or RH.

'nuff said
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