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Old 03-08-2014, 10:11 PM   #21
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Ok a great idea - an induction plate. Will look into that right away!
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Old 03-09-2014, 12:08 AM   #22
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We have both the oven and convection oven. Old habits take a while to change, so we mostly use the oven. However we are also trying to learn use of the convection oven.
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Old 03-09-2014, 06:25 AM   #23
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I read the reviews for the Samsung refrigerator not to uplifting, is it as normal, only the people who have problems write anything? How does it work for you people out there, would be great to hear from other full timers! Have a Samsung at home and absolutely love it.
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Have a feeling that once the bugs are solved, like the locking issues with the doors you won't hear to much about them any longer. We have the norcold four door and so far it has served us well. But as we all know they went through their problem period with staying at the right temp etc.. Just have to keep in mind that these are 70 mph rolling homes.
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That is true! As a European I am so impressed with the fact that IT is possible! Your own full house on wheels. And the slide outs, never seen that other than here in the US! So it not only a full house on wheels, the box expands to be double as roomy just by touching a switch! And there is sewer as well. Have never seen air conditioning earlier in Europe either, not at home and not on a caravan and here one is not enough but two! Not to mention dishwasher. So there are differences and it is easy to complain and question details with no reason. Just want time to run faster now so we can get the unit and start to focus not on appliances but destinations to visit!! Thanks all for your answers.
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The only problem is they are so much like a house now, and they stay relatively current on style - when you get home to your stick house you quickly realize how dated everything is and time for a remodel.
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:41 PM   #27
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Atom you're right. SOOOO the best thing is to stay away from home. It'll be there the next time it snows, start up a fire and wait for spring with a winter beverage imported from Kentucky. :,)
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Maybe that is one reason to get rid of your old house to kind of do "the real" full time even if it feels scary some times. But US is big very big! Lots to see, one currency, one language - would be much harder to do in Europe. US id safe too, lot of places in Europe are not.

Maybe this is posting to the wrong thread! Sorry if so.
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I noticed that too. My current house, although I like it, does start to look outdated when I compare it to the brand new RW.

Great opportunity to start anew in the RW.

Going to factory next Thursday, our coach should hit the production line on Monday.

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That is true! As a European I am so impressed with the fact that IT is possible! Your own full house on wheels. And the slide outs, never seen that other than here in the US! So it not only a full house on wheels, the box expands to be double as roomy just by touching a switch! And there is sewer as well. Have never seen air conditioning earlier in Europe either, not at home and not on a caravan and here one is not enough but two! Not to mention dishwasher. So there are differences and it is easy to complain and question details with no reason. Just want time to run faster now so we can get the unit and start to focus not on appliances but destinations to visit!! Thanks all for your answers.
I can relate to caravans in UK, which is where I grew up. We had a caravan that was a massive 16' overall, which included the hitch. No A/C, no slideouts, but still lots of fun.
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