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Old 10-08-2016, 01:17 PM   #1
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These were taken today, the bathroom now has a ledge along the exterior wall, maybe 4" wide upon which items can be stored while still. The sink is also new, narrower and oblong vs olde style that fit the corner only. medicine cabinet has 3 shelves, I use plastic organizers to hold toiletries as well as extra tissue. It did not come open while towing. Finally, the smoke lens is see thru, except it is a cloudy day.
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:22 PM   #2
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Some more pictures....The refrigerator has 4 shelves on the door and the fridge fix fits with some trimming along the bottom, 3 metal shelves and a 1/2 crisper on bottom with space for 2 liter bottles, the freezer has no shelf and the controls are front mounted. There is no hole in the door bottom nor any cup in the rear, the drain hose feeds the hole which drains the condensate.
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:24 PM   #3
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continues....where the microwave would be is a pantry with an outlet, I keep a battery flashlight charging there, the bottom storage is fairly large and the Travasak is now on the bed.
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:29 PM   #4
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Finally, front table is stock, side by door with 2 light switches, one for door light and one for 12v drop under the bed for future use, 12v stock fund outlet has voltmeter, 120v stock outlet with step light, and below is on/off awning switch. Once "on" the remote will open and close the awning. The light is controlled by separate remote.
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:38 PM   #5
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The sink is also new, narrower and oblong vs olde style that fit the corner only.
Nice looking Jim. FYI though - the sink was changed to an oblong one some time ago. Our 19 was built in January 2015 and has the same sink.
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:49 PM   #6
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Thanks for posting the photos and info, Jim.

That's pretty interesting about the lip in the bathroom. I wonder if the new 21s will have that. And why it's there.

Glad to hear there aren't any problems with the medicine cabinet.

It's nice to see the Frig Guard in place. I'd been waiting as I didn't know if ETI would change the style/size of frig. I remember, at least a year ago, there was someone that was mentioned on this forum for selling them and was offering a discount to Escape owners, but I don't know if that was the place I had bookmarked and isn't selling it any longer. I did find the link to the mfgr of it.

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Another thing to add to my buying list! I had forgotten all about it until I saw your photo, so thanks for that.
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:51 PM   #7
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My 2014 and 2012 Escapes had the same, old style corner sink , so I guess they changed it sometime after December 2013!
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Old 10-08-2016, 01:54 PM   #8
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Thanks for posting the photos and info, Jim.

That's pretty interesting about the lip in the bathroom. I wonder if the new 21s will have that. And why it's there.

Glad to hear there aren't any problems with the medicine cabinet.

It's nice to see the Frig Guard in place. I'd been waiting as I didn't know if ETI would change the style/size of frig. I remember, at least a year ago, there was someone that was mentioned on this forum for selling them and was offering a discount to Escape owners, but I don't know if that was the place I had bookmarked and isn't selling it any longer. I did find the link to the mfgr of it.
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Another thing to add to my buying list! I had forgotten all about it until I saw your photo, so thanks for that.
I believe the lip has something to do with the extra insulation in the 2nd generation models, so it may be possible it's in the 21 bath. I believe the Fridge Guard person was myself as I contacted them and they offered the discount to forum members. If you notice it does not quite fit in width. Possible they have a wider model. This one was one I used in my other Dometic RM 6551refer.
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I believe the Fridge Guard person was myself as I contacted them and they offered the discount to forum members. If you notice it does not quite fit in width. Possible they have a wider model. This one was one I used in my other Dometic RM 6551refer.
Yep, I noticed that and figured that's why it wasn't an exact fit. But, I figured it'd still work at least in keeping stuff inside the frig while traveling. Just don't put your can of Spam on the outside edge of your frig shelf! HA! (Yeah, saw it in your cabinet and had to figure out a way to tease you about it.)

I'll contact the mfgr and will let the forum know if there's still a discount. However, I don't remember which frig is in the 21 and gotta dig that info out. (or someone could PM me that info!)
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Old 10-08-2016, 02:20 PM   #10
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Mail just arrived as did my VISA bill, total gas for trip was $752, motels/KOA was $350, Best Western in Chilliwack for 3 nights, was about $300 Canadian, that I put on my MasterCard which has not arrived, plus food. So the total is about $1600 for the trip or about 50% of cost of delivery to east coast.
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Like those changes in the bathroom. That sink should give more room and the shelf is great.
Can you post some of the kitchen cabinets? Did they add another cabinet to the lower section?

Do you not have a shower?
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Old 10-08-2016, 03:24 PM   #12
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Looks very good everywhere Jim. I really like the way the new awning is fitted into the shell. Every time I see more pictures I grow to like the sleek look of the new mold better and better.
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Mail just arrived as did my VISA bill, total gas for trip was $752, motels/KOA was $350, Best Western in Chilliwack for 3 nights, was about $300 Canadian, that I put on my MasterCard which has not arrived, plus food. So the total is about $1600 for the trip or about 50% of cost of delivery to east coast.
Jim, My brain is hurting! I would need a CPA to calculate our pick-up expenses.....
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So the total is about $1600 for the trip or about 50% of cost of delivery to east coast.
Being able to camp next to Paul and Janet for two night - priceless
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Old 10-08-2016, 04:10 PM   #15
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Being able to camp next to Paul and Janet for two night - priceless
I camped next to Fudge Brownie, I have no idea who Paul and Janet are??
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Looking good Jim!! All those little detail changes ETI did from the classic one are well thought off!
The bathroom: The hose from the shower head not coming from the tap of the sink any more? Where is it coming from?
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more pictures....these are the refrigerator exterior pictures, you can see the drain as well as insulation on each side plus the fan switch (fan is an option)
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some more... back of refer, storage cabinets requested
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keep going, the bath door now opens 180 degrees (my old 19 stopped at 90 degrees) reversed the flip up to gain 3 " door clearance while in up right position, still clears the outlets, installed a cord holder and dummy 7 pin outlet to allow lights on while disconnected.
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Do you know if the fridge fan only comes on via the switch, or is it thermostatically controlled as long as the switch is on? I ordered this option, but I'm not sure it's worth it if it is actually operated via a switch that I would have to manually turn on and off.
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