Originally Posted by gljurczyk
Fantastic fan, and we really do not do much cold weather camping, If we need heat we just use a portable heater at the door. Maybe that's why they cut the bottom of the door so high? Just really never found it to be that big of a problem for us. It's a pretty small bathroom and just leaving the door open when not in use seems to equal it out temp wise. There is a heat duct in the floor of the landing at the door. To be honest never had a trailer with a A/C vent in the bath before that I remember and this is my 4th trailer. Did have a heat duct in 1 trailer.
Yea this is also our forth camper and I had always had heat and AC in the bathroom not sure why this one don't and the 25KS has a very large bathroom for a camper.
And yes I can leave the bathroom door open and open the back main vent on the AC Unit and direct air back to the bathroom, but I feel I should not need to do that.
I may call forest river and ask also. I would not think they would come up with a good answer. I feel that it was to save money.
On the slide I found a missing track seal that runs up and down on the camper side of the slide system inside the camper. I have a good dealer and I told them and they just cut me some and I told them I would put it on myself. It was a pain to reach in there and get it on the track and feel better that it is there.
To me the flagstaff quality is lower that the Kodiak 200QB and Aerolite 30BHSL campers we have owned in the past, but we really liked this floor plan of the 25KS. We also lost some storage space because of the Murphy Bed but to me it was worth it. So far we are happy and I did not have to write a check for too much on the difference with the trade got a very good deal. The Kodiak 200QB was a 2011 and we bought the 2014 Flagstaff new off the lot.