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Old 06-04-2015, 01:11 AM   #141
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Yes, that is one really handy window to have in the bath so no problem if it rains in the middle of the night.
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Old 06-04-2015, 01:12 AM   #142
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Are the 21' LEDs in the double pancakes on the ceiling those little tower wedges such as 906, 912 or are they big flat lights?
I doubt the flat ones come in wedges but not sure.
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Old 06-04-2015, 01:45 AM   #143
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They are wedges, but not towers. They are flat cards with a wedge connection on one end and a screw hole on the other. The screw locks them in. They look something like the ones in this photo, but the number of diodes may be different. I'm just posting it as an example.
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Old 06-04-2015, 01:49 AM   #144
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Thanks. So I guess I will have to find out exact numbers from ETI as not sure about these. They had no such thing in our 19'.
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Old 06-06-2015, 03:35 PM   #145
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Just to confirm something about the opening, awning style, kitchen window on 19'

- can it be easily opened in a continuum from just a crack to the 5" or so max opening?

- can be open in rain without water getting inside trailer?

The only other awning window I've seen is the rear emergency window which, to me, is either fully closed or fully open.
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Just to confirm something about the opening, awning style, kitchen window on 19'

- can it be easily opened in a continuum from just a crack to the 5" or so max opening?
Yes.

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- can be open in rain without water getting inside trailer?
Yes. And if you have the trailer awning even partially open, no water hits the window at all.

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The only other awning window I've seen is the rear emergency window which, to me, is either fully closed or fully open.
Yes, but you can open it less than fully by wedging a shim in the slot. I would not recommend having the emergency window open in the rain unless you want water on the bed. That's because it hinges at the top, rather than way down the window like the kitchen one. Also, the prop for the emergency window is VERY sensitive. One bump and the window will fly shut, and there's a handle coming at you like a little spear. Use caution.
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thanks very much.
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Old 06-06-2015, 05:39 PM   #148
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Also, the prop for the emergency window is VERY sensitive. One bump and the window will fly shut, and there's a handle coming at you like a little spear. Use caution.
Sounds like this has happened and scared someone besides me.
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