Originally Posted by trudinator
We put a door stop (like the one below) on the inside of the outside kitchen door. We had a problem with the outside refrigerator door just slamming all the way open. The door stop stops the door in its place, and if you have to open the door all the way to get the freezer try out, you can just move the door stop up out of the way.
Hubby is also redoing the spice rack outside to include: paper towel holder and a holder for a box of ziploc bags and aluminum foil. He's also making a magazine rack for the wall next to the couch. I'll post photos when they're done.
Noticed a couple of "bubbles," which appears to be delamination of the outside kitchen door. Sent an e-mail to our dealer for his advice. We camped for 8 days and it rained for 5; I'm thinking some water got in the outside kitchen door. I'll keep you posted just in case you have any issues such as this.
Everything else is going great!!! Just got back from another 4-night trip. We've camped 14 nights since May 22nd. We're now using the "geo" method for our black and gray tanks. I'll let you know how that goes.
Hope your summer is going well and you're getting to use your 8293 alot!!
Good idea on the door stop!! I noticed that also!! I did buy
a "handle" for the outdoor fridge! It is one of those plastic suction cup handles like you would use in a shower! Works wonderful just wish they came in black...oh well it's only there when we are using it alot!! We haven't been back out since our first trip but will be on the lookout for bubbles! Hopefully your dealer will Take care of that pronto!!!
Please keep me posted!!
We leave Friday for a weekend of family fun! Can not wait!!
And as a newbie...geo? What's that? Lol?