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Old 04-27-2015, 10:29 PM   #51
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Yeah been reading up on those mods, thanks, good to know we have an early 15' sista out there. I prefer the larger TV where it is vs over the sink, turn the captain chairs 180, move the euro chair in between and you got yourself a home theater. That's what I'm imagining anyway since I haven't been on a trip yet!!!

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Like this? works good. I'd recommend some small folding tables for beverages and snacks!
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Old 04-27-2015, 10:43 PM   #52
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Yeah, dats the way. Blue towel quick fix for no window shade on door! We're thinking about custom fitting a fabric cover w Velcro.
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Old 04-27-2015, 11:15 PM   #53
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Yeah, dats the way. Blue towel quick fix for no window shade on door! We're thinking about custom fitting a fabric cover w Velcro.
Yeah, I bought one of those Camco covers - it fits perfectly, but the velcro stunk - it wouldn't stay on the door, so we never took the cover off. I finally decided I didn't like it blocking my view during the day and went back to the towel at night.

I still haven't found a good solution yet - MCD had a pull-up version (think upsidedown roller screen) but I'm afraid you won't be able to shut the screen door with it on.....so that's no good. if you come up with something, would love to see it!!!!

Hmmmmm. Maybe something on the screen door itself......I will have to ponder this.

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PS - did you buy from Funtime, or was it somewhere else?
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Old 04-28-2015, 12:50 AM   #54
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Yeah Funtime, Floyd and the sales guys were great. Was looking at the stock they had in Texas @MHSRV but was able to get one at Funtime for about the same price minus all the travel. You buy there as well?

Off topic, in-laws currently on first trip in Lake Tahoe on way to Dallas TX, pops called me tonight saying the generator will run for a few mins then shut off. gas tank over 3/4 full.

Any clues?

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Old 04-28-2015, 08:38 AM   #55
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Yeah, I bought one of those Camco covers - it fits perfectly, but the velcro stunk - it wouldn't stay on the door, so we never took the cover off. I finally decided I didn't like it blocking my view during the day and went back to the towel at night.



I still haven't found a good solution yet - MCD had a pull-up version (think upsidedown roller screen) but I'm afraid you won't be able to shut the screen door with it on.....so that's no good. if you come up with something, would love to see it!!!!



Hmmmmm. Maybe something on the screen door itself......I will have to ponder this.



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PS - did you buy from Funtime, or was it somewhere else?


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Old 04-28-2015, 08:48 AM   #56
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This is what we came up with and looks nice too.
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Looks great! You don't have the screen in the door, yes?
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Yeah Funtime, Floyd and the sales guys were great. Was looking at the stock they had in Texas @MHSRV but was able to get one at Funtime for about the same price minus all the travel. You buy there as well?

Off topic, in-laws currently on first trip in Lake Tahoe on way to Dallas TX, pops called me tonight saying the generator will run for a few mins then shut off. gas tank over 3/4 full.

Any clues?

Thanks,

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Yep, Floyd's a good guy. We looked at MHSRV as well, but we could come close at Funtime and we didn't have to transport it to PDX. Plus, we live about 10 minutes away from the lot, so easy service. Although we store it in North Plains....

Hmmmm. We haven't had that issue with ours. I think I remember reading something on here about it being a sensor issue (faulty) so it was shutting off by itself. Try a search and see what comes up....also try calling Coachnet, they may be able to troubleshoot (and you have a free membership for a year)

Good luck!
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Looks great! You don't have the screen in the door, yes?

Screen is in door. I didn't change anything from factory just added. There is a gap between door and screen door when closed. I think it was about 1"-1.25". I used wall glides and glide tape DW sewn into the curtains like the ones on the bunk windows.


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Old 04-28-2015, 09:32 AM   #59
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Well, that's a good idea then, I will have to investigate. I am a good seamstress, so should be pretty good.
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Screen is in door. I didn't change anything from factory just added. There is a gap between door and screen door when closed. I think it was about 1"-1.25". I used wall glides and glide tape DW sewn into the curtains like the ones on the bunk windows.


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Nice curtain mod, thanks for the pic!!
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