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Old 07-30-2016, 06:59 AM   #51
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I only plan on putting two on


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Old 07-30-2016, 09:07 AM   #52
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Careful, the stacked unit can roll in severe road conditions. You can bracket the top of the stack instead.
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Old 07-30-2016, 12:10 PM   #53
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I don't think the stacked unit will come out, if the front feet is locked then there is no way the unit can tilt over. There will only be at the most two inches on top of unit, so no way unit can tilt. This closet is not like one in the bedroom or bathroom, this closet is tight. You can slide the unit in but that's it, no room on the side or top and you can not get to the back. Once the dryer goes on top of dryer with the stacked kit in place is it. I'm going to try the unit out before I put unit in. I want to make sure everything works


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I've used Splendide in my 33ik. About 20 loads so far. DW likes them better than the LG units she has at home. Certainly quieter.


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Old 07-30-2016, 03:22 PM   #55
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I thought that when we went on long trips that DW would pack the dirty clothes back, no dirty clothes had to be washed, so that's why the washer/dryer. The Splendide and the install a Direct TV satellite dish and DW will be happy. I love long trips and keeping DW happy


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We have a vented combo that we have used full timing since 2010. I put in the vent and found it easy to do. Someone said camping world would install theirs for $475. I wouldn't let cw clean my underwear!! They have screwed up everything they touched in our Cardinal so I do my own work.
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Sawing the hole doesn't bother me, what worries me is measurement. I will have to put the vent for dryer in last and cut the hole in camper after I get washer in. I plan to get a carpenter to measure the hole for me.


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I have the front bath, had to take it up stairs, thru the bedroom, and bathroom to the closet. Pretty tight quarters. The washer is pretty much a no brainer, but the dryer you have to plan out, like what to hook up first, I put the elbow on the dryer, connected the hose. I lifted up the dryer, wife more or less guided the hose for me. All in all tight but can be done.

Do you know how many inches your dryer was off the floor when stacked?


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The vent hole was what I was looking for


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