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Old 07-28-2014, 06:46 PM   #1
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Having bought a new LeSharo back in 1984 and enjoying it for many years before passing it on to our kids, we had been looking for a twin bed model Rialta for a couple of years. I found one in Colorado Springs, and flew out from Phoenix to look at it. It was JUST what we were looking for! So we are now the happy owners of our "new" 17 year old Rialta. It brought me home to Phoenix without any problems, even handling the long 6 percent upgrade out of the Verde River Valley with the AC running without even getting hot!



We are both in our 70's so the twin model was really our only option (Neither of us has to climb over the other to get up and go to the bathroom in the middle of the night!) We are planning a 5 or 6 week trip up to New England this fall.

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Old 08-01-2014, 04:05 PM   #2
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We have a similar history, tho no LeSharo. Searched a long time and flew to get our '05 FD Twin. Would you happen to have an access panel or vent from the outside into the fridge compartment (not into the fridge itself).


When you run fridge on propane, do you get VERY warm air being vented into the cabin?



Congratulations! Enjoy! Thanks MJ

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Haven't noticed it getting very hot, but have only used the propane once. I ran it on battery all the way home from CO. I suppose you could cut a hole into the back of the refrigerator compartment and put a second vent there.

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