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Old 08-06-2013, 03:16 PM   #15
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Shower drain issues

For those that actually use the shower in your Interstate, does the water drain out, or is the center higher, like in mine, so the water pools on all every side but the drain no matter how lever the van is and has to be pushed to the drain?

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Old 08-06-2013, 03:21 PM   #16
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For those that actually use the shower in your Interstate, does the water drain out, or is the center higher, like in mine, so the water pools on all every side but the drain no matter how lever the van is and has to be pushed to the drain?

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I have only use the shower a couple of times but it did seem to drain pretty well towards the drain. What little water was left, we wiped up with the towel.
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For those that actually use the shower in your Interstate, does the water drain out, or is the center higher, like in mine, so the water pools on all every side but the drain no matter how lever the van is and has to be pushed to the drain?

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Mine drains all right, as long as I'm parked level or curb-side high. But then again, I'm no lightweight, so maybe it's my own weight pushing down a high center.
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One more thing: noticed on our recent trip in one of the rare moments that I wasn't driving that there is hot air coming thru the right side of the microwave grill which is not part of the oven exhaust. Not sure where it's entering the body shell at but I can block of the backside of the grill to stop it from entering the psgr compartment but it still can come thru the spaces around the drawers.
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One more thing: noticed on our recent trip in one of the rare moments that I wasn't driving that there is hot air coming thru the right side of the microwave grill which is not part of the oven exhaust. Not sure where it's entering the body shell at but I can block of the backside of the grill to stop it from entering the psgr compartment but it still can come thru the spaces around the drawers.
Probably coming in though the furnace exhaust and blowing through the furnace (which is just below the microwave on mine).
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Old 08-07-2013, 11:36 PM   #20
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Lightbulb just my perspective

I know it doesnt help much but here is a little story. I have a good friend that several years ago bought a very nice looking and well appointed yacht, a Californian. This model is like one small step down from the Navigator and was like 400k to 500k. He bought it brand new at a boat show in Seattle. The boat is made in Paris Ca a full 80 or 90 miles form any body of water big enough to float it in. It was like hull number 2 and had lots of problems in fact he was found of saying that they were so eager to get it to this boat show the he was sure there were still workers in the bilges bolting things together as it rode on the truck to the show. list of things went from not enough ventilation around the fridge so it kept burning out to motor mount on the engines that were only finger tight. And while he did place claim for the big things much of it he just fixed himself. WhenI asked him why he didnt take those things to the dealer her would reply " well no one care as much about my boat as I do"

I guess the moral, to paraphrase Roseanne Roseannadanna, is no matter how much you pay its always something
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