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Old 06-01-2015, 01:32 AM   #121
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Floating Cloud - - Please - where you placing the extra outlets (12v & 120v) ?

{ Three more 12v outlets, Two more 120v outlets, One additional 120v exterior }

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Old 06-01-2015, 01:55 AM   #122
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Floating Cloud - - Please - where you placing the extra outlets (12v & 120v) ?

{ Three more 12v outlets, Two more 120v outlets, One additional 120v exterior }

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We are putting a 12V and 120V in the bed platform nearest bath to use with a CPAP machine.

There is a standard 120 in the dinette and we are putting another one on the other side. We are also adding 12Vs with USBs on each side. We found that we need outlets on both sides of the dinette for charging items.

There are five standard 120s on a 21': kitchen face, above bed on window side, at dinette and at microwave, and near drawers, I think. There is only one standard 12V, however, which is near the drawers.
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Old 06-01-2015, 08:47 AM   #123
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is the opening kitchen window still single pane?
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Old 06-01-2015, 02:26 PM   #124
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is the opening kitchen window still single pane?
As far as I know, that is the case with the opening windows, at least it was at the kitchen. If you want the thermal, you have to get the non-opening. Does anyone know if there are any opening windows that are thermal on Escapes?
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Old 06-01-2015, 03:42 PM   #125
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As far as I know, that is the case with the opening windows, at least it was at the kitchen. If you want the thermal, you have to get the non-opening. Does anyone know if there are any opening windows that are thermal on Escapes?
If there was, I'd add that in a heartbeat! I've not seen any mention of it in all the posts I've read. I was wondering the same thing.
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Old 06-01-2015, 04:56 PM   #126
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As far as I know, that is the case with the opening windows, at least it was at the kitchen. If you want the thermal, you have to get the non-opening. Does anyone know if there are any opening windows that are thermal on Escapes?
All my opening windows are thermal/double pane except the small one in the bathroom.
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All my opening windows are thermal/double pane except the small one in the bathroom.
Okay, that is what I was not clear about. So it is only a couple that open that are not thermal with the thermal package. And that would be those awning ones at kitchen and bath. Thank you!
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Build sheet 21' almost there

Our opening kitchen window is thermal. The only windows that aren't thermal are the front window (with the rock guard) and the opening bathroom window. To help insulate the front window we close the rock guard at night, and since the bathroom door is closed the bathroom window isn't much of a factor.
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Our opening kitchen window is thermal. The only windows that aren't thermal are the front window (with the rock guard) and the opening bathroom window. To help insulate the front window we close the rock guard at night, and since the bathroom door is closed the bathroom window isn't much of a factor.
That is interesting because I was pretty sure that people used to be told that if they bought the opening kitchen window, it would not be thermal. Someone might have just made a mistake on that and it was thermal.
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Old 06-01-2015, 07:21 PM   #130
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People get the non opening because it has a better "view", but I like the ventilation. They are both double pane.
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