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Old 09-23-2010, 01:00 AM   #1
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Okay, I recently bought a 2010 Itasca Sunova 33C. My question is what is the little cabinet in the bedroom for( it's on the wall next to where the TV mounts). I've seen it in several Winnebago motorhomes and when I asked the salesman he did not have an answer. Just my opinion but it seems to be useless. Just retired and move up from a tt. Also I would like to thank everyone for the great info on this forum.
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Old 09-23-2010, 08:43 AM   #2
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Okay, I recently bought a 2010 Itasca Sunova 33C. My question is what is the little cabinet in the bedroom for( it's on the wall next to where the TV mounts). I've seen it in several Winnebago motorhomes and when I asked the salesman he did not have an answer. Just my opinion but it seems to be useless.
bpk9, The interior designers may opted to finish the wall, cabinet or other surface with a finish or cabinet door that is easy to look at rather than not attempting to mask or blend the visual anomaly into the overall look. Just sayin' ....
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HI Bob---I looked at the cabinet that you are talking about and doesn't it hide the wiring for the TV inside? I didn't think it looks bad and even felt it would be a good place to put stuff. We have always felt that the more storage the better. I would think that if you wanted to take it off the wall you could do so and fill in the holes with putty. At least we are talking about a small cabinet and not that you hate the floor plan!! Enjoy that new motorhome and many happy miles.
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HI Bob---I looked at the cabinet that you are talking about and doesn't it hide the wiring for the TV inside? I didn't think it looks bad and even felt it would be a good place to put stuff. We have always felt that the more storage the better. I would think that if you wanted to take it off the wall you could do so and fill in the holes with putty. At least we are talking about a small cabinet and not that you hate the floor plan!! Enjoy that new motorhome and many happy miles.
Your right about the storage, there is no wiring inside. We love the floor plan. Just thought it might of had a purpose.
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being next to the tv it might be a cabinet to store your beta tapes in
that sunova is one attractive coach do they all come w/fullpaint .the
image i googled was stunning
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being next to the tv it might be a cabinet to store your beta tapes in
that sunova is one attractive coach do they all come w/fullpaint .the
image i googled was stunning
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Could be for another model

Could be another model uses that space for something else..
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Not sure I guess it's a mystery cabinet
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