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Old 03-02-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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Bedroom TV Question

We are new owners of an 07 Eagle 341RLQS and are soon to hit the road for a trip of 1500 + or - miles- I wonder if anyone has had the TV door open while in transit- I know Montana has a locking device on their door so is there a problem that needs to be addressed before we hit the road? If some sort of lock is out there, I sure want to add it to our coach- Your experience in this area is much needed- THANX in advance for all replies- Don

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Old 03-02-2012, 04:38 PM   #2
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I am not sure this is the same type setup, but on my unit there is a gas strut that holds the door open at a 60 deg angle for viewing. While closed it also holds my door shut. This is on the door in the MBR above the drawers with a frame mount TV.

There is a roller catch also keeping the door closed. I have never had the door open yet. If it did there would not be an issue due the gas strut holding it in position.


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On my 5th unit, at least 75,000 miles towing, never an issue.
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