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Old 02-13-2017, 01:03 AM   #1
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Still new... lots of questions.....I have a 2000 Roadtrek 190 Popular. I cannot seem to figure out the reason for the articulated door on rear passenger side wardrobe. It is the cabinet just behind the toilet. Why the fold-out section?
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Still new... lots of questions.....I have a 2000 Roadtrek 190 Popular. I cannot seem to figure out the reason for the articulated door on rear passenger side wardrobe. It is the cabinet just behind the toilet. Why the fold-out section?
Likely the bathroom privacy extension to give private space with an aisle toilet.
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Privacy for the aisle shower, I think.
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On our pleasure-way, we have 2 doors for the head, which extend and latch across the aisle.

this becomes part of the shower enclosure- or used for privacy.

for a quick pull over nap or stealth, I sometimes just close off the front - the cab remains open and visible and it's "just a van"- while I snore in the rear

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