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Old 08-04-2013, 06:15 PM   #21
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I need to correct what I said about my windows. The majority of the windows are double pane. The '05 had tinting that made the coach lighting very poor. And the dark woodwork absorbed even more light. This coach has lighter woodwork and better lighting overall. With the clear glazing it makes thing very comfortably bright.

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Old 08-05-2013, 07:30 AM   #22
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Sawtell, just curious as to why you went from the 34B to a larger one. Was it space or floorplan?
Hi David and Fran, Storage was pretty good in the 34b. While we liked the looks of the floodplain, when we actually started camping we found a couple of things that were just too tight for us. When the kitchen and j-sofa were open there was little walkway between them. Also found we had to be careful of water splashing from the sink. When eating at the dining table we would turn the tv off as it was so close! Bathroom door was right across from the frig which could sometime pose a problem. For some these may not be too much of a problem. That said, this unit also had some continuing problems-Inverter had to be reset continually which required taking the cover off and trying to get DH hand up to the reset button, jacks down light and warning sound continued to come on, locks on basement would not hold, bedroom wall separated, heating unit malfunctioned. CW was great and pretty much swapped us out for the 40u, and we love the extra inside space, especially the kitchen and lounge! Winnebago has also been good to work with as well and we are happy with the change.
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