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Old 09-01-2015, 12:25 AM   #43
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Don't have one. Don't miss it.
Ditto. But I can understand that full-timers might want to have 'em.
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Old 09-01-2015, 06:56 AM   #44
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Would not have one (motorhome) without a washer & dryer we use it everytime we take our motorhome out
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We really enjoy our washer/dryer combo, use it all the time. We have the all-in-one unit and like having only one unit. I notice all the newer rigs now have the stackable 2 units - don't they put the combo unit in the rigs any longer?
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We really enjoy our washer/dryer combo, use it all the time. We have the all-in-one unit and like having only one unit. I notice all the newer rigs now have the stackable 2 units - don't they put the combo unit in the rigs any longer?
I don't know if the stack model is just for some units and not others. We love our stacked unit over the combo we had in the last coach. As full-timers it is a real coast saver. But, if I were a family camper with kids I think the stack unit would be a real help to mom.

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Good comments. I will keep in mind.
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We don't have a washer/drier but I did remove the stove/oven and cut off the oven to install a dishwasher. Paper plates resulted in too much trash. If we were ever to get a larger rig we might go washer/drier.


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Not full time - use our stackables constantly. Much more convenient than going to office to get tokens, stand in line for machine and baby sit washing until done in park laundromat.
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We don't have a washer/drier but I did remove the stove/oven and cut off the oven to install a dishwasher. Paper plates resulted in too much trash. If we were ever to get a larger rig we might go washer/drier..
We miss our dishwasher but not enough to give up the three drawers where it would be. Would NEVER give up the stacked washer & dryer. We take turns getting dish pan hands.

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