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Old 01-18-2016, 05:24 PM   #71
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The only thing about the mid entry that I don't like. Everybody entering uses the seat back as a handle and after being touched by every body it gets dirty faster than the rest of the upholstery.
Ahhh, I see what you mean in that particular London Aire I posted, good catch, I will remember that point! Thanks.........not to worry, Here is the one I wanted to post, but could not find it that day, my favorite one:
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Old 01-22-2016, 12:06 AM   #72
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You go "flagship1"......glad to see you're making the best of it. I need both knees done, the back is shot and awaiting surgery on both hands, but I intend to RV for a long time.

You even made a nice apology when you did nothing wrong. You da man! In a thousand years I would never have taken your post offensively. The PC police are alive and well!
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Old 01-22-2016, 12:24 AM   #73
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Ahhh, I see what you mean in that particular London Aire I posted, good catch, I will remember that point! Thanks.........not to worry, Here is the one I wanted to post, but could not find it that day, my favorite one:
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The DW would like that one. She likes the mid entry and it does make sense for the door to be under the awning like that.
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You go "flagship1"......glad to see you're making the best of it. I need both knees done, the back is shot and awaiting surgery on both hands, but I intend to RV for a long time.
Well getin' by on gettin' by is what we do. There are many ways to move forward. Only one way to stand still.

Hope you get the kinks worked out soon!
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I have never owned a DP. I am wondering about the heat transfer into the rear bedroom from the engine. Is this an issue?
It's no issue. It should be well insulated. Ours was.
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