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Old 08-17-2016, 10:03 AM   #11
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What do you have the combo or the stacked unit. DW uses dryer sheets. We hardly ever hook up to cable, we use our satellite dish and now since I installed the Trav'ler Direct satellite DW won't watch cable again


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You will if you come camp in Arkansas with me! LOL Trees abound....... and you have to move your dish around to find a 'hole'........

Told one of the Satellite vendors at the Rally here yesterday that "there's no reason why someone can't invent an automatic HD PORTABLE dish for Direct"........... but no one does it.

I'm so tempted to get filthy rich by doing a start up company for one!

Nah, never mind. Too lazy. LOL

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I've never seen a campground that we use in Arkansas that has cable TV....... and yes, Arkansas is truly only about 9 minutes from New York.............. by phone!
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Old 08-17-2016, 10:24 AM   #12
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We have the Splendide combo, non vented. I believe if you look in the owners manual, it specifically states not to use dryer sheets. Only reason I can think of would possibly be an extremely slight chance of one of them getting next to the drying element & causing a fire (heaven forbid)? As for me, I'll continue to use the liquid softener.
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This is with the closet door back on, thanks to DW supervision of me


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Washer/Dryer

Sara and I looked at all of the W/D combos and decided to go with Haier apartment sized appliances. We had a closet for them and mounted the dryer to the wall with the vent right behind the dryer. Good thing is that we can wash and dry at the same time as opposed to a small load combo machine or a Kenmore over/under machine.

https://www.amazon.com/Haier-HLP21N-.../dp/B002UYSHMM

https://www.amazon.com/Haier-HPL141E...ds=haier+dryer

The cost for both was much less than any of the other combos or stacked. I installed the dryer myself. I use a waser splitter to put the hot water and cold water to the washer. You just have to remember to turn off the hot water to the washer when you want hot water in the shower or the kitchen sink. If you leave the hot water on it will not get to the sink/shower.
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I looked at apartment size washer/dryer stacked units and the ones I looked at were to deep for my closest.


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Washer Dryer

The way the garage was built they have the TV just above the soon to be washer dryer. I can't put the double decker. I either got to go with the ventless or vent system. I'm preferring the vent. I hear less dry time vs the ventless.


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Where did you guys buy your washer dryer set up or combo? Do you have to buy only from Campers World or can you buy from lowes or bestbuy? I want to make sure.


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Only for a short time longer. Direct is discontinuing SD fairly soon.
That rumor has been round for years.

That being said, the King Quest does Directv and can changeover to Dish with just an add on module. Auto dishes can't do HD on Directv because of the multiple birds it has to see.
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Where did you guys buy your washer dryer set up or combo? Do you have to buy only from Campers World or can you buy from lowes or bestbuy? I want to make sure.





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I brought my washer/dryer from rv parts country.com. Tweety's is a good place. Tweety's was two dollars more than rvpartscountry and if I was to order another one it would be from tweety's. I ordered a Trav'ler from Tweety's and the shipping was great


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