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Old 12-23-2013, 09:08 PM   #21
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Design flaws

How about a cabinet door that opens into the ceiling fan
Yup that pretty "stained glass" went into a thousand pieces........
I posted it on the Cardinal forum and they said
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:30 AM   #22
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1. black tank flush location should be relocated by now.
2. Antenna. We give them about a 14" square backer plate. They don't always put it in the middle.
3. Pantry- trust me...it always seems easy. We used to use the metal wire pull out pantry. We had people cleaning them with bleach, the metals parts were rusting as a result. ALSO, they are a fixed size. If we had a 9"pantry the baskets were smaller (let's say 6") so people complained about the wasted space so we went back to adjustable shelves that went wall to wall. We're currently looking at building our own pull out panty that goes edge to edge (no wasted space).

It looks like a good portion of these are for trailers, not Sunseeker's as the sub post would indicate. I'm fine with that, there may be something in there that helps us as well (I just hope the Sunseeker buyers take it with a grain of salt.)
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