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Old 07-25-2016, 09:31 PM   #81
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Jumping over to the freezer and frig.

Freezer is 16.75 by 13"

Frig is 30 by 19

That's the inside dimensions

OP posted a photo of the combo, so I'm not including it
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:34 PM   #82
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Is this in any way different from a Classic 21...other than stock black appliances?
I mentioned this to Dirk at dinner after I got home. I didn't see much of a difference, but I'm also not an expert on the trailers. I really wanted measurements of however much I could as I need to get storage bins and all that sort of stuff. We don't have a trailer to shuffle things from and this is all new to use.

The medicine cabinet is new. And the support for the cabinets is slightly different. Plus, the raised area in the dinette area.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:37 PM   #83
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The controls for the frig and the tank measurement gauge thingies.

More photos of the inside of the freezer and frig. 3 shelves and 2 produce bins.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:39 PM   #84
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Right- and a new model fridge with a woody look rather than silver panels.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:40 PM   #85
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Is this in any way different from a Classic 21...other than stock black appliances?
It has to be different somehow as the new fridge is wider than the Classic fridge. Also, since the new 21' is wider at the bottom than the Classic, other dimensions could have changed.

I'm very grateful for the pictures - they are answering a lot of questions!
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:49 PM   #86
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Dinette area

Here you can see the raised lip, which measures a smidge under 3". Unfortunately I couldn't get the table to slide and I fiddled around underneath with what I thought was a lever or some such. Nope, didn't work and I didn't want to bust it. It was a real bitch to get my fat butt around the edges of the table.

Just for grins, if you can't move your table, this is how much room you'd have to slide through with the standard table: 9.25 from the wall edge to the table edge on the passenger side and 7.75 on the driver's side. Yeah, I'm not skinny any longer.

Okay, for more interesting measurements and more useful ones, I'm sure:

I have another note that says that lip is 2.75" - take your pick.

Area inside the dinette area: 33.25 by 42", which of course will change if you get the u-shaped version. And if you want to know the depth of that area to the end of the lip edging, it's 43.25" (first was just the vinyl area)

height from dinette floor to the lip where the table will sit for when you make it into a bed (someone wanted that measurement): a smidge under 14.75"

Floor to top of cushion is 19". I measured the cushion at 4", so yeah, there's a bit of a difference there. Like I said earlier, these are rough estimates and not 100% accurate.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:50 PM   #87
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I'm very grateful for the pictures - they are answering a lot of questions!
You're welcome! And I have more to go! Glad they're helping you.
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And some shots of the propane tanks. I did not see any sort of gauge on there to determine how much propane is in there. But, if it's there, I sure couldn't tell:
Laura, take a look at the center of this photo where the two propane hoses meet. That's the pressure regulator. If you look near the top of that, you'll see a tiny clear window. In the photo, it's colored red. That means there's no propane in the service tank, or the tank valve is shut off. If it's green, the service tank contains propane. It's an auto changeover regulator, so when the gauge goes red, it's time to refill the service tank, because you're running on the backup tank. The little black switch right below it should be turned in the direction of the service tank.
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Under the dinette cushions, part 1

The platform area measures 24" wide and the opening area is 13.75 (least I think that's what my notes mean!). I didn't measure the length nor did I measure in the storage area. Remember, my butt couldn't fit and it was a real struggle to work around the table area.

First photos are on the driver's side. I now know that's the attached power cord under there. Which we won't have since I've decided to get the detachable power cord. Which will probably go in the front storage box in a bag. Or the outside hatch area, which is where the customer's was that I tested out.

I don't know what the green hose is for.
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Laura, take a look at the center of this photo where the two propane hoses meet. That's the pressure regulator. If you look near the top of that, you'll see a tiny clear window. In the photo, it's colored red. That means there's no propane in the service tank. If it's green, the service tank contains propane. It's an auto changeover regulator, so when the gauge goes red, it's time to refill the service tank, because you're running on the backup tank.
THANKS! Much appreciated.
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