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Old 08-05-2013, 04:43 PM   #1
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3200 BHT Update - Outdoor kitchen

So, we just came back from spending 8 nights in the 3200. This was our first long trip in it and I have some updates to share.

1. Still love the layout, but wish the dinette was slightly bigger. During the one rainy day, was a little crowded.
2. When it gets humid out, condensation accumulates around the A/C unit and leaks on the floor. This happened once.

My biggest complaint and hence my earlier request about the awning. My outdoor kitchen hatch when opened is tilted in the wrong direction...yes I have tried to re-adjust it so it slopes away from r/v, but then my fridge door will not open. So as you can imagine, when it rains, the water trickles in to the outdoor kitchen and drips on the ledge between the latch from and counter puddling up there. No to happy about this.
Not sure how to fix it, but still looking for a way. An awning would solve this..hint hint...

Anyway other than that we still like the layout and the unit.

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Old 08-05-2013, 06:07 PM   #2
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Glad to hear you liked it. We just came back from a 5 day weekend in ours ourself. It was our first trip in it as well. I noticed the same thing with the dinette table, we have 5 and a little bigger table would be nice, however we weren't eating when we were all sitting there. For the condensation on the AC, our old shasta did that to, we didn't notice it in this one, and we had the AC on during the day.

It didn't rain where we were so I didn't experience the outside kitchen thing as you did. I may make a mini gutter to attach to when we're at a camp site if it does rain when I'm using the outside kitchen
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