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Old 11-16-2022, 11:31 AM   #1
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Access Panels

I have an '05 Tropical and would like to know what the panel in the bedroom under the bed frame is for? Is it necessary to remove it and what you remove it for? I read somewhere here you have to remove the corner of the bed frame to get the panel out since the panel is under the frame. How would one go about that as there is no clear line dividing where bed frame panels are. Any insight would be appreciated and all guidance gladly accepted. Thanks, Mark
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On my 2000 Sea View, this panel is for accessing the water tank fill inlet.
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its the access to the top of the engine . Search this forum for tropical engine access and you will find more info.
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