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Old 05-19-2016, 07:54 PM   #11
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We ordered our Sabre with the dual pane windows and are glad we did. Better when using AC or furnace and they help reduce the outside noise.
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Old 05-19-2016, 09:59 PM   #12
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If the door is closed the bathroom is occupied. Not to hard to figure out.
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Old 05-19-2016, 10:10 PM   #13
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Our 34RL came with single pane windows. We are going to frog rally and while there are going to have thermopane's installed.
50 amp cord reel.. couldn't live without it.
Bathroom door.. it is privacy and looks for us.
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Old 05-19-2016, 11:22 PM   #14
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Well I have had both now dual pane and single and I don't really notice that much of a difference in them..not a big deal to me.......
The electric reel has been renamed the hose reel... to me it was easier to coil the electric anaconda on the ground especially when its cold out then to reel it in....but I do carry a 75 foot and a 25 foot water hose so I reel in the 75 foot first since it is used least and then the 25 foot. makes it easy to reel in and get water out....
Bathroom door is no brainer....not like it is a public restroom...yes, if closed its occupied or at the very least give a holler before opening....if you are in there holler back or hold the door shut if someone comes in unexpectedly ....
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We like our dual pane windows I don't like that they do tend to fog inside but I think they do add a little insulating value. I like the hose reel. It does take up some space but we still have plenty of basement space with it in there. Don't mind the sliding door on the bathroom but it's just my wife and I so no real issues. Hate the 3 pane sliding shower door. Can't clean between the panes so we're planning to replace it.
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Old 05-20-2016, 08:38 AM   #16
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As far as the dual panes fogging we had a few on our 2010 Cedar Creek do it but was lucky enough to have them replaced at the FROG rally, it did take close to year for approval I think they were going back & forth between Hehr and Cedar Creek. I have heard of folks that got them repaired but not sure of the process. We are happy with them and or standard on the new unit we have ordered.
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Old 05-20-2016, 08:57 AM   #17
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Dual pane windows = "big pain in the a--! You can bet the farm that they WILL have the seal break and fog up! This opinion is based on 5 years of owning an high end MH (Allegro Bus) and fighting window fogging for the last 3 years of ownership!
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I love the dual pane, no more window sweating. Bathroom door if fine, just the 2 of us, plus we have the bath and a half. Shower door, no problem, wife put a curtain on it, covering the inside and outside. On-demand hot water, love it, wish it had a electric option. I have the manual electric reel, like it. Trail air hitch great option. We also got the electric heater up in the bedroom, great option. Other then that we have camped 16 days in it this year, everything has work great. We camped in low 30 degree weather, the fire place and extra heater did the work probably 80% of the time.
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Two items that I notice that have not been mention and the dealer should provided them for you; are: One; is an option is a quick connect propane gas fitting and hose for using a gas grill outside. Two; is a swivel TV base support such as a MORryde swing arm TV support part No. TV1-006. This allows improve viewing of the TV from the recliners on the back wall. These were all dealer installed items that I required before the sale was completed.
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We like our dual pane windows I don't like that they do tend to fog inside but I think they do add a little insulating value. I like the hose reel. It does take up some space but we still have plenty of basement space with it in there. Don't mind the sliding door on the bathroom but it's just my wife and I so no real issues. Hate the 3 pane sliding shower door. Can't clean between the panes so we're planning to replace it.
I do not like the 3 pane sliding shower door as well...so difficult to clean the glass and tracks. I did try spraying Wet and Forget on the glass, and it did clean it pretty well...
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