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Old 07-06-2016, 08:41 PM   #1
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Well we have taken our wa2916 out 9 times now since purchasing it last July. We love our Stealth. Besides the plumbing issues under the kitchen sink (that I eventually just fixed myself) our unit has been pretty much flawless. I do baby it and keep it very clean but we still use it a LOT. The awesome thing about our floorplan is how often we get compliments about our layout. People in other sites love the slide-out kitchen and the jack and Jill bathroom. Hope everyone else is enjoying your Stealths!


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Old 07-07-2016, 03:03 PM   #2
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Well we have taken our wa2916 out 9 times now since purchasing it last July. We love our Stealth. Besides the plumbing issues under the kitchen sink (that I eventually just fixed myself) our unit has been pretty much flawless. I do baby it and keep it very clean but we still use it a LOT. The awesome thing about our floorplan is how often we get compliments about our layout. People in other sites love the slide-out kitchen and the jack and Jill bathroom. Hope everyone else is enjoying your Stealths!


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I'm glad you have had little problems. I think me pointing the plumbing issue out on here really helped a lot of people. I was at my local shop and they said that suddenly FR started installing the Schwintek controller elsewhere. I explained how I had contacted them about the stupid location on mine, where water dripped in to it from the P trap.

I've probably had mine in the shop 5 times i'd guess. Right now I have a possible mold issue, or some unknown issue up in the corner of the ceiling/wall.

Check my thread under "General Toy Hauler Topics". I figure I'd get more exposure there for others feedback.

But I agree, everyone likes the layout. Kitchen is nice and usable, the bathroom is neat. The front room people like. Large space in the main area, etc. I do wish the A/C worked better in the front room. We roast up there and the main cabin is real nice (no, i dont have the vent switched to only vent from the unit).
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Old 08-02-2016, 09:17 AM   #3
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Agreed we love our 2313 as well. A couple of loose plumbing joints in three years. The duct work for the A/c and for the furnace suck period. The bathroom is either so hot it sucks the air out of you if the furnace is on, or your nipples are 3 smarties high when the A/c is on. The rest of the trailer doesn't really heat or cool very well.


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What does it mean when your nipples are three smarties high,,,,,,,ahhhh, never mind!!?


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