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Old 08-01-2012, 07:05 AM   #1
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Bathroom Venting

Our previous 5th wheels and motor homes all had a vent(s) in the bathroom for heating and cooling that area. For some reason Newmar did not see this as necessary. What am I missing?
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You're not missing anything. I don't have an HVAC outlet in my Keystone product toilet area, but I just thought it was Keystone being cheap! I'm surprised one would be missing in a Newmar. Perhaps both mfgrs. think the area is small enough to be covered by the overall HVAC service in the unit. In my case, Keystone is wrong since the toilet area is, of course, hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Just a little small duct would work, go figure.
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I was also surprised that Newmar didn't vent the bathroom and as you stated, it does get hot in the summer and can get cold also. Don't like the idea of leaving the door open either when not occupied.
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My Newmar has heat in bathroom. Hydra-hot coil under the sink. Summer, just turn fan on when your in there.
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Our previous 5th wheels and motor homes all had a vent(s) in the bathroom for heating and cooling that area. For some reason Newmar did not see this as necessary. What am I missing?
Duct work???? Thats my guess anyway.
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Duct work???? Thats my guess anyway.
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Duct work???? Thats my guess anyway.
You guys ought to consider coming to the Labor Day rally this year. Been a couple of years since we last saw you in Burleson and need to get up to date on Baby Dunkette.
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You guys ought to consider coming to the Labor Day rally this year. Been a couple of years since we last saw you in Burleson and need to get up to date on Baby Dunkette.
You're crazy if you think we'll attend another Boomer rally where you'll be in attendance. Last time we ended up with a snot nosed twit that fortunately for us was kidnapped the next night. BTW, the last I heard she ran away from the circus she was traveling with, the elephant man was abusing her, and has taken up with some dude traveling the country as his trophy girlfriend. It'll be heck to pay when the dudes wife finds out and Dunkette will be back on the prowl.

We would have raised her better if only given the chance.
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My 2006 DSDP has a vent in the kick plate under the vanity cabinet. Not counting the Fantistic in the ceiling. Assumed this was a standard item.
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