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Old 11-07-2015, 07:31 AM   #15
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On a related note, here is a venting mistake that I made only once:

Flush the commode with the wet bath door shut and the bath fan running. The Interstate is so tight that the bath fan will draw air directly from the black tank via its vent, rather than through the bath door seam. Very, very undesirable result. Kitchen venting questions kinda pale in comparison.
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Old 11-07-2015, 10:11 AM   #16
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Not a problem on the new ones since the movable wall is open at the bottom. This allows the exhaust fan to draw air from the main compartment.
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Thanks everyone. All very helpful, as usual.
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My 2014 doesn't have tip-out behind stove either (only in far back L/R + Sliding Door).

I open the curb side front door window a 1/2 inch or so and run fan while cooking (so I don't pull cold air over the bed - wife doesn't enjoy that much).

Just have to watch your windows and external exhaust if setting still and running vehicle or generator. I don't open Curb side if engine running, don't open driver side if generator running.
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