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Old 01-04-2015, 08:15 PM   #11
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Thank you everyone for your comments! We went today and looked at the equivalent Flagstaff 26RLWS and are convinced that this is the floor plan and length for us. Weight is also an issue as we have a 2010 Ford F 150 XLT Crew Cab. Through our research, we see that the Rockwod and Flagstaff come off the same assembly line. They just put on different stickers. The insides of the Flagstaff and Rockwood are identical, down to the Emeral package, etc. We went and looked at the Jayco White Hawk, just for comparison, but there was no comparison on the quality of the cabinetry or amenities. We are looking forward to going to the Tampa RV show in two weeks. Hoping to purchase between now and March.
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Old 01-06-2015, 10:08 AM   #12
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We are on our first trip with 2015 2604ws. (Florida) tows great (chevy 1/2 ton)
just be sure you have your tongue wt. correct. (do not over load)
Layout is good.
Only been living in this for two weeks…have shuffled a few things around as we figure out what is used the most etc.

One complaint, the toilet seat is cheap plastic and makes a terrible squeaking noise.
Will be anxious to see if there is an upgrade for this. Anyone?
Also, the floor in our shower seems a bit spongy/soft….need to see what that is about?

Overall we are very pleased…so far!
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Also, the floor in our shower seems a bit spongy/soft….need to see what that is about?
If you take the four screws out and remove the front access cover, you will see the shower pan is supported in two areas: outside edge and drain pipe. The rest of the pan that spans the space between these areas is unsupported so it does flex.
Getting another toilet seat is on my agenda for 2015, for the reasons you noted.
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Old 01-06-2015, 11:30 AM   #14
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thanks,
I'll look at that panel…yours is the same? No problems?
and hopefully I'll find a toilet seat replacement soon

We are adjusting to the downsized unit…
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If you take the four screws out and remove the front access cover, you will see the shower pan is supported in two areas: outside edge and drain pipe. The rest of the pan that spans the space between these areas is unsupported so it does flex.
Getting another toilet seat is on my agenda for 2015, for the reasons you noted.
You will probably have to build a (Bridge) to span the (Unsupported Shower Floor)! They (F/R) seem to cut (Way to much Floor) for the Shower Drain Trap! Here is removed door Pics! Youroo!!
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You can order a residential style wood replacement toilet seat if yours is a Dometic

We got one from Camping World when we changed the shower head to the Oxygenics - another must have!!
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Thanks! I think we will be supporting the shower pan….rainy day project.
A new toilet seat and continental shower too, guess we are off to Camping World.
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You can order a residential style wood replacement toilet seat if yours is a Dometic

We got one from Camping World when we changed the shower head to the Oxygenics - another must have!!
Our unit has a 300 Dometic…Camping World did not know if the 310 series seat will fit a 300 series….(the only one they carry) what series do you have? Thanks
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Ours is a model 310

What is difference between the 300 and 310 models...do they know??
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Old 01-07-2015, 02:39 PM   #20
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Never mind - found it

300 is plastic bowl
310 is porcelain

If configuration is same it should fit....
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