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Old 01-13-2012, 11:35 AM   #141
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I really have no complaints about the design of our coach, except one minor one: There is a normal, standard-issue rearview mirror hanging from underneath the front television. So far, the only use I have found for it is to find out what the outside temperature is. As a mirror, it is pretty useless.
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I thought the passenger side airbag was permanent?
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Here's a shade attached to the screen door that some ( Sarah and Dunner , I think ) were looking to do. It was on a few different models at the Super Show.

There wasn't any name on them.
Woot! That looks like a winner, Cliff. Now you need to find out the manufacturer for me. LOL!!!
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CorLynn and Sarah are talking about the ones that go off before or without even having an accident.
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What? Do you have one of those penny miser, water saving heads that spray a mist? I like shower head that flow some water.
I don't know what kind? I bought it at the RV store. and now i'm getting a different one. But in the mean time im going to set the record today at 30 minutes and I also have a hotrod in my tank which makes the water very hot.
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CorLynn and Sarah are talking about the ones that go off before or without even having an accident.
Are you saying my nagging is explosive
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I really have no complaints about the design of our coach, except one minor one: There is a normal, standard-issue rearview mirror hanging from underneath the front television. So far, the only use I have found for it is to find out what the outside temperature is. As a mirror, it is pretty useless.
Used to make sure she really is making that sandwich....
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Ok,, i'll admit that I have not read throughly all 15 pages of this thread so this may have been mentioned.

My Bounder is really a pretty good design. The one thing dumb is the placement of the heat/AC temp sensor. We have 2 'zones' to control each of the 2 roof AC units. The rear sensor is obviously in the rear bedroom. The front or 'zone 1' temp sensor, is on the rear wall of the living room area, which puts it on the wall about 3 feet from the down flow of the rear roof AC just above it! So when you are operating both zones at the same time, the rear AC always runs and the front AC doesnt stay on long due to the cold air from the rear unit blowing on it.
Go figure!
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SarahW, those day shades on the screen door are made by MCD, the folks who make the roller shades so popular in a lot of new coaches. It rolls DOWN and you pull it up and latch it over a catch they attach to the screen door, really a nice option.
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I don't know what kind? I bought it at the RV store. and now i'm getting a different one. But in the mean time im going to set the record today at 30 minutes and I also have a hotrod in my tank which makes the water very hot.
You must be using the rain forest mode to go 30 minutes.
I could fill up the grey tank in 30 minutes.

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SarahW, those day shades on the screen door are made by MCD, the folks who make the roller shades so popular in a lot of new coaches. It rolls DOWN and you pull it up and latch it over a catch they attach to the screen door, really a nice option.
Thanks! So that shade attaches to the screen door?? I want something to go on the solid door. Our coach came with the MCD shades, but not on the door.

Guess I'll hop over to their website and have a look-see!
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I really have no complaints about the design of our coach, except one minor one: There is a normal, standard-issue rearview mirror hanging from underneath the front television. So far, the only use I have found for it is to find out what the outside temperature is. As a mirror, it is pretty useless.
Miss the one I had in my old rig. Like to be able to look back and see what just fell.
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There's not too much room between the screen door and the outer door. Let us know what you find that will work.
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There's not too much room between the screen door and the outer door. Let us know what you find that will work.
Well, now that I've actually THOUGHT about it, there would be no easy way to operate the dang shade if it was on the solid door. DUH!!!
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