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Old 07-03-2016, 09:00 AM   #1
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I want to remove dinette in 2006 Conquest Elite but

the rear most seat has equipment under it. I believe it has an inverter and it is laying flat. I think I could mount if vertically and build an box/divider type thing that would look good. Now, there seems to be a vent or duct there. Anyone know what that may be and can I redirect it somehow. I will post photos when I pick up the MH.
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I wanted to go the same thing but my furnace is there.
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Yeah, I am not sure what all is under there but there was a vent and what I thought was an inverter. Wife decided to keep dinette which is fine with me.
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