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Old 05-26-2016, 11:09 PM   #1
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Recent Mod to my Coachmen Freelander

Added the Dirt Devil Vroom central vacuum.

Wife surprise. She loves it.
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So how does that work, is it cleaned from outside, or do you have to take it apart there behind what seems to be a tight cabinet? Does it exhaust outside? Just curious.
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The hose is mounted under this cabinet in the kitchen. The tube with the hose runs back to the rear storage compartment. Search for Dirt Devil Vroom on YouTube to see how it works.
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We had one in our Chinook Concourse, but not in our Winnebago View. I miss it and may install one in what we have now.
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