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Old 03-25-2013, 05:07 PM   #1
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3010DS suggestion

A while back Bclemens asked for suggestions to improve Sunseekers. We have a 2011 3010DS and so far, there are very few things that we have found that we would change.

However, this week, I discovered one thing that would be a great improvement if it could be done. If the window behind the sink was turned upside down and opened close to the television instead of close to the stove, then I could open the window when I was cooking and the wind would not blow out the stove. As it is, I have to open the overhead vents instead and it still sets off the smoke alarm occasionally.

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Old 03-26-2013, 09:28 AM   #2
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Unfortunately I think those open based on direction to the front. So the section towards the "back of the coach" is always the openable part. I think that's based on how the mullion works and prevents leaks/wind whistle. Could be wrong, but I think every sidewall mounted window opens on the back side.
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