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Old 10-09-2016, 12:14 PM   #71
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We have the stacking unit. Would not want to be without them.

Single unit is just as functional but will take a bit longer. Just as practical as the stacked unit if space is an issue but may not be quite as convenient. Patience and planning will get you through.
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That was my post about which you're asking. Yes, the 90 minutes includes drying. Towels usually take more time than that.
Thanks, this information will help us decide if we really need a washer.
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We have the stacking unit. Would not want to be without them.

Single unit is just as functional but will take a bit longer. Just as practical as the stacked unit if space is an issue but may not be quite as convenient. Patience and planning will get you through.
I wonder if the hookups are the same for an all in one vs stacked?

If so we could swap them out provided we had the space.
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You will have to measure your space. It seems to me that our washer is slightly larger than the combo but I have never compared.

We debated about the washer and dryer. Did not get it in the 5er. Came in the coach. Janet would not want the next unit to be without the convenience to do laundry on her schedule.
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Janet would not want the next unit to be without the convenience to do laundry on her schedule.
I bet my wife will feel the same way!
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Itasca 32k. Gas ford chassis. Storage may be challenging for full-timing
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Itasca 32k. Gas ford chassis. Storage may be challenging for full-timing
Don't see any Itasca on Winnebago website. I will look at used.
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Don't see any Itasca on Winnebago website. I will look at used.
The Itasca line has been phased out. At the end Itasca and WGO were exactly the same except for color combinations and badging.

Older Itasca's will still have parts (house) available from WGO.
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The Itasca line has been phased out. At the end Itasca and WGO were exactly the same except for color combinations and badging.

Older Itasca's will still have parts (house) available from WGO.
Thanks for clearing up my confusion.
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