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Old 11-05-2014, 09:30 AM   #1
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Question about 2300 from a forum member.

The question was...
1. in the 2300, If I get the sofa in place of the dinette, can we get a pantry instead of a bigger wardrobe.
2. why are there no outlets on the wall. The ones in the cabinet seem to high for some cords to reach.
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I wanted to get this moved to a forum thread so others can see the answer.

1. This unit was originally designed with a booth dinette and a big wardrobe. When we added the option for the U-shape...we just made the wardrobe smaller. So we do not have a pantry designed for this scenario. There is certainly enough space that you could partition that wardrobe off and add a pantry if you like. We just don't have it designed that way and the engineers are currently working on two new floor plans, I don't have anyone that could design one in for a single unit.

2. If you look at most laminated RV's there are no outlets on the wall. Our walls are 2" thick, full laminated in one piece. Outlets are too deep to put in the wall, so if we did they would be surface mount and you've got a 3" deep receipt hanging off the wall. Not to mentioned the issues with running wires in a laminated wall. It's not like a house where you can mount the receipt to a stud and then put drywall on. So the outlets end up going on the bottom or the side of cabinets and not in a fully laminated wall.

3. I have personally lived in these units. Normally we try and put an outlet on one of the base cabinets so that a cord can go down and not up.

As with anything, everyone is a little different, but I use a Keurig and my cord reaches fine. You other option is a wall mounted power strip. But again, it will be surface mount, which is fine if the customer chooses that, we we try and keep the outlets recessed.
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