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Old 03-23-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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2007 Winnebago 29H Aspect parts info

I have a 2007 Winnebago 29' Aspect. The exterior compartment door housing my electrical cord, which connects to shore power, broke and needs to be replaced. I'd like to go the Winnebago website and find the parts inventory for my RV, so I can properly order/find the part I need. Does anyone know where on that website I might do that?
Since the door I need to replace matches the color of my coach, I'm hesitant to buy a generic white door [I'm not sure I even can]. If I have to buy a generic door, I may have to try and spray paint it to match the color. Has anyone tried that? Thanks.
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You can get both a "Parts catalog" and a "Service Parts List" for your coach on the Winnebago web site.

Go to the site and click - Owners - Parts Catalog - Year and model and you will be able to D/L a graphical parts catalog containing all the parts numbers and drawings for your coach. It is in PDF format and you can blow it up on your computer to see details.

On the same page, click "Service Parts List" which will take you to another screen. Enter the model year and the last five digits of the Winn serial number (not the VIN) and it will produce a listing of every part used in the coach and the numbers used down to screws.

You can also get electrical and plumbing diagrams.These are amazing resources if you do work yourself and are an exclusive to Winnebago family owners.

You can also download "Paint Code Manuals" showing the paint color numbers used on your coach to identify the colors on your compartment doors.
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You can't purchase parts directly from Winnebago. Next best thing is working with Lichtsinn Motors. They are the closest authorized Winnie dealer to the factory.

Cool part about them, is they know all the folks at the factory. And it's maybe a 5 mile drive, or so.

No way you will get your door pre-painted. Get the door shipped to you, and work with a local body shop to have the paint work done. The paint codes are readily available.
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"work with a local body shop to have the paint work done. The paint codes are readily available."
Why would I have to work w/a body shop? I have the paint code. Wouldn't I simply be able to do this myself? Granted, asking a body shop guy if this is a DIY project would be helpful, but doesn't this sound like something I could do?
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If you can paint, go for it. I sure can't do it (but I can't play a decent game of golf either).

Paint codes are available from Winnie. Paint is available from good paint stores.
Go for it.

P.S. When we do body work in our shop, we still sub the paint work out to a good paint shop.
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You can make your own power cord.
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Of course you can repaint the door your self. It is not rocket science. Just be sure to prep the surface properly for a good finish. A body shop is going to charge big $$$ for even a small job. They are going to charge you for much more paint than it will take. They will charge a minimum of one hour labor, even though it might not take them 20 minutes. They are not ripping you off, they have to cover their cost and still make a profit.
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I got a couple of price quotes for my Winnebago power cord door. I was flabbergasted: $45. Amazing! So now I'm thinking of taking the 2 broken pieces of the door and somehow matching/connecting them together. Any suggestions re: how to do this in the best way? Also, how do you get the old door out, i.e. away from the coach?
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Sorry I misread your post. Did not catch that it was the door. Was thinking power cord.

My door cracked also. I took a electrical 4 gang cover plate and taped it to the inside of the door. To make it more solid.
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I'm thinking of following your lead on that, finding something like the cover plate you used.
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Old 03-26-2013, 02:56 PM   #11
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Go to this owner site.
Aspectcambria.proboards.com
Many of us have posted pictures of upgrades we have made.
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Update. I ordered a new power cord door assembly from the Winnebago dealer where I bought the RV. I had hoped they would send me only a door; instead, they sent the door attached to the surrounding frame. Oh well. I had trouble trying to get it painted so as to match the exterior color. Those places I contacted wanted at least $100, give or take, to paint a door! I finally went to a NAPA automotive store in Ft. Morgan CO; I took a piece of the old door, and he closely matched it w/what he had on hand. He made me a spay can for $20. I painted it myself, 3 coats. It looks great. So I'm happy.
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You could have purchased the same door from any RV parts dept.
Than take it to NAPA for the paint match.

Plan to replace my cracked door. I know I have to remove the frame.
Plan to reinforce the door. Before installing.

Look into putting the square electric plate on inside of door.
Will keep it from flexing and cracking.
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I tried to purchase a power cord door from auto/rv dealers. No way. The Winnebago power cord door is an odd size. Re: the frame, I simply lifted the door from the frame assembly and replaced the door in the old assembly. Saved tons of time and paint!
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