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Old 07-20-2015, 12:35 PM   #1
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19' optional kitchen window

I learn so much from this forum, but I can't wrap my arms around this option.

Can someone show me a photo of the standard 19' kitchen window, and another photo showing the optional kitchen window? I am confused. Does the 19' come without a kitchen window and the optional feature is either a fully closed one or one that slides open? Or is the optional window an additional window for a total of 2?

Thanks--Lorna
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I learn so much from this forum, but I can't wrap my arms around this option.

Can someone show me a photo of the standard 19' kitchen window, and another photo showing the optional kitchen window? I am confused. Does the 19' come without a kitchen window and the optional feature is either a fully closed one or one that slides open? Or is the optional window an additional window for a total of 2?

Thanks--Lorna
standard = NO window
option 1 = non-opening window
option 2 = opening window (awning style)
pictures at Windows: Opening versus Non-Opening
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Old 07-20-2015, 02:25 PM   #3
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I learn so much from this forum, but I can't wrap my arms around this option.

Can someone show me a photo of the standard 19' kitchen window, and another photo showing the optional kitchen window? I am confused. Does the 19' come without a kitchen window and the optional feature is either a fully closed one or one that slides open? Or is the optional window an additional window for a total of 2?

Thanks--Lorna
Hi Lorna . Many things to consider . The opening window in bath and the kitchen are our favorite options . The kitchen is slightly open all the time even if trailer is not being used . Love that it is a awning style , can be open even in the rain . Helps to see out if your door is closed also . Helps with ventilation .More Light too . but you get a shade too . The bath also is a favorite . It used to be awning too . But when we get home and want to clean black tank really good can pass hose through to Jon . Never have had issues with false readings by doing this . No regrets here . Pat
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Hi Lorna . Many things to consider . The opening window in bath and the kitchen are our favorite options . The kitchen is slightly open all the time even if trailer is not being used . Love that it is a awning style , can be open even in the rain . Helps to see out if your door is closed also . Helps with ventilation .More Light too . but you get a shade too . The bath also is a favorite . It used to be awning too . But when we get home and want to clean black tank really good can pass hose through to Jon . Never have had issues with false readings by doing this . No regrets here . Pat
Ditto everything but the opening kitchen window. Don't think I regret not having it opening. I could have either way on that one. But being easily able to see who's at the door and the extra light is good.

The opening bathroom window is the one option that I can say absolutely is a no brainer. As was previously stated, so handy to be able to pass a hose in and give the black tank a good extra flush.

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