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Old 03-11-2004, 07:45 AM   #29
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changing bath location

We will have, hopefully, a 1971 AS soveriegn (I have got to learn how to spell that), 31', by WED. We are doing the incinolet toilet (if it doesnt work out we will put it in a room in the barn.) Since we are stripping everything out and putting new holding tanks in, and can reinforce the floor- I guess it would be a matter of re-plumbing which probably has to be done anyway. I'm probably too simplistic. Could I have the shower , toilet and sink on one side? Balanced by the washer/dryer (Equater), de-humidifier, and airfilters on the other side of the corridor? The W/D would be up against the sink wall to share the hot water heat. Hopefully. I'm putting the shower in it's own compartment as the idea of an electric toilet and a shower dont appeal. Also better for family use. I plan to put in an outside shower to rinse off salt water and rinse my swim equiptment down. Isn't this allowed? sliver suz- confused as usual

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