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Forza Design Failure #3: Convection/Microwave Exhaust Vent

Posted 09-14-2020 at 11:16 AM by 1GRN1

Our 2017 Forza 38W is equipped with a convection/microwave w/range hood and exhaust vent. Unfortunately that exhaust vent exhausts hot air from the convection oven INSIDE the coach. In summer it's then impossible for our air conditioner to maintain a comfortable temperature. This makes the convection oven largely unusable. A costly modification which requires the convection/ microwave to be removed and exhaust fans reoriented to blow out instead of in, a rectangular hole to be cut into the wall,...
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Forza Design Failure #2: Windshield Shade

Posted 09-14-2020 at 10:38 AM by 1GRN1

Our 2017 Forza 38W is obviously an attempt by Winnebago to produce a reduced-cost Class A diesel pusher. Lots of consumer comfort items are missing. One such item is a windshield daytime window shade. Sometimes we're inside and the front of the coach faces west and you get the afternoon sun. It's often highly desirable to see out your huge picture window, but at the sacrifice of privacy and increased electric power consumption for air conditioning. A motorized windshield shade with both day and...
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Forza Design Failure #1: Bathroom Privacy

Posted 09-14-2020 at 10:20 AM by 1GRN1

Does your Forza bathroom have an emergency escape window with an approx. 4" high screen at the bottom? Is that screen located approximately level with the crotch of an average height adult? If so, then how often was your window open and you unintentionally exposed yourself to or otherwise "mooned" your neighbor?

"What was the Winnebago coach designer thinking? (If he/she was thinking at all!)"
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2019 - 2108DS - Winterizing Question

Posted 08-25-2020 at 09:30 PM by Ross H

wife and I bought a 2108DS this spring (last year's hold over). Love the unit by the way. Looking for some advise on the best way to winterize my RV. I live in North Dakota, so it has to be winterized to at least -30F. Thanks in advance.
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Front Hood Latch Separated from Fiberglass Front

Posted 08-22-2020 at 07:05 PM by Mywin

My front right hood latch on my 2019 Sunstar 29VE separated from the back side of the fiberglass front cap. Does anybody know what the bonding material is they use to attached the latch to the fiberglass? It seems to harden to as plastic type of material to hold the latch to the fiberglass.
Thanks for any help!
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