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Old 09-24-2019, 12:24 PM   #1
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Why why why

I was wondering why Winnebago puts those folding shades or metal blinds in the galley area. I would much prefer MCD's in that area as they use them everywhere else in the coach. Why do you think this is?
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If you get any stains on metal from food preparation or cooking you can clean aluminum.

Just my guess

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If you get any stains on metal from food preparation or cooking you can clean aluminum.

Just my guess

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That was my thought too.
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Keep asking 'why', and scratching your head.....or just simply change them to what you prefer. That's what I did. A quick and easy upgrade.
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I think if you have a gas stove top, you will get metal blinds because of the open flames.
I have an induction top and MCD's in the galley installed at the factory.
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Tiffin puts MCD blinds in their kitchens. You just bought the wrong coach, lol.
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Non working / problems can be corrected to suit ones needs .........posting should be about the mod to correct the problem .............to help others .
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I was wondering why Winnebago puts those folding shades or metal blinds in the galley area. I would much prefer MCD's in that area as they use them everywhere else in the coach. Why do you think this is?
If you would please fill out your signature it would help us feel your pain or maybe even explain why Winnebago did what they did
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Non working / problems can be corrected to suit ones needs .........posting should be about the mod to correct the problem .............to help others .

I was just trying to understand the reason why the build them that way.
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If you would please fill out your signature it would help us feel your pain or maybe even explain why Winnebago did what they did
I guess you didn't read my profile which was filled out the day I signed up for IRV2? Are you trolling?
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It depends on the model. In my Winnebago every single window shade is a MCD, even in the kitchen window.
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