Originally Posted by robsshots
Keep in mind that these RVs are designed and built by people who a) never camp in them, and b) never live in one. That's why the interiors look like they are 20 years old when they come off the line; it's why designs are oriented towards production speed and not convenient usage. It took us forever to discover the switch to our ceiling fan is in the ceiling next to our exhaust fan for the stove. Amazing. And I had to go online to get help finding out where the water filter is. Have no idea what makes RV manufacturers tick, but it sure ain't any concerns for the end user.
How else would we be able to make all those mods to out RVs? It's things like a bad water filter design, no screens over vents, no wiring schematics, and so-on, that keep you busy and outta trouble.
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