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Old 04-11-2011, 05:26 PM   #11
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Georgetown 360DS

We just got ours on Valentines Day... love it. Love the bath and half, my hubby thought it was excessive, until we got used to it. Questions how does one hook up BluRay player and still get surround sound.
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:04 AM   #12
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Glad to see all the positive reviews of the 360DS. My wife and I purchased a 2011 "Forester" 3101SS last year, and are already looking at a class "A" down the road. I loved the looks of the 360DS and both of us really like the "Bath and 1/2" option" like everyone else. Seems like a lot of RV for the money! Another option we really like is the Washer/Dryer under the big screen TV.
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Old 04-12-2011, 12:10 PM   #13
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oh yeh...I love the big screen and we did install the washer/dryer..also took out the oven and made that into storage and installed a new cook top.
Looking forward to getting out in it in the very near future
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Old 04-17-2011, 09:20 AM   #14
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Georgetown 360DS - IN LOVE

We bought ours Valentines Day...actually I bought it hoping my husband would fall in love as I did. Well those that say that a bath and a half is not really necessary...well it is wonderful. My husband said it was a luxury that we didn't need until the next morning...We will be leaving for Oregon in ours, last year we took a 28 ft Rockwood travel trailer and will so enjoy the extra room. We will be living in it until October then returning. I have already stayed over a month in it, with the 2 bathrooms two people can easily stay a full week or ten days without dumping, I stayed alone over two weeks. We got the table and two chairs, and we have lots of room. Our punch list was 2 spots that needed caulked, minor adjustment on slide and screen door. If I could reach around it I would give it a big hug everytime I saw it. Do I sound happy and excited!
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Old 04-17-2011, 09:26 AM   #15
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Great, that sounds wonderful considering we have not used our 360 yet...we will be doing that soon. Can you tell me ...when you dump (there are 2 sets of tanks right) can you dump both sets of tanks from the rear dump valve...I ask this as it looks like there is a 4 inch pipe leading from the half bath tanks to the rear....no one has been able to answer this for me but now that you live in yours I am sure you have found that one out...thanks.
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Old 04-17-2011, 09:39 AM   #16
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Dumping

They get dumped one at a time..but husband says it is twice as fast as the travel trailer as the tank has a built in spritzer (not technical name for it) that cleans as you dump. He didn't have to move the coach, I think had a Y hook up, he showe me, but as I don't plan on doing this as he doesn't cook, I really wasn't watching that close. He forgot to tell me how to turn on the generator, a far more important bit of info. We didn't get the washer/dryer as everywhere we go has facilities and it is so much faster. We use the area for storage. I love going to the local state park and "living there" my husband commutes to work from there. When he gets home we are at the lake. We like to use ours at least twice a month, a rule we had for the travel trailer, even if it means we go up the road to a local lake. Oh we can fit 2 kayaks in it for short trips, when we would not take a tow car.
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