We have a puma with rear bunk and outdoor kitchen with a 30 amp service. If you do not have the 50 amp upgrade you will need to be very careful on your amp loads. With two microwaves (they are switched only one at a time), a large refrigerator, A/C, and locations for four TV’s, lighting loads you can see you can easily blow past 30 amps especially if A/C is running (14 amps alone) so be careful or you will be blowing main breaker
No outdoor kitchen but we have had our Compass 329DV for about a year now and love it. It is covered on a lake lot and we use it just about every weekend. Enjoy your new getaway
We have the 329dvc. I have a heck of a time getting the door unlocked. The salesman says I am too short and won’t be able to open it with the stairs in. Do you have any tips on getting this door open? We have never had one with a handle.
The salesman says I am too short and won’t be able to open it with the stairs in.
A stepstool perhaps? That would be the cheapest solution.
Why the heck would they make a door that a short person can't unlock?
There may be an aftermarket solution available, and perhaps the salesperson can find you one and get it installed before you buy.
Well too late we purchased it. So when you unlock your door you just unlock both locks and pull the handle? You don’t have to push anywhere beside the handle. Really thinking something is wrong with our door. Oh joy!