I have noticed that with the kitchen on the entry side of travel trailers that they put the ventilation for the appliances/heater on the side that one would sit when outside. Has anyone experienced any issues with this configuration. I am thinking like added heat blowing on yourself. Currently my stuff is on the opposite side.
2004 Jayco Jayfeather 23D
2014 Ford F150 EcoBoost
My stove is on the curb side of the trailer, so the vent is on that side too. I have not had any problems with the vent being under the awning.
No I am NOT retired. I work full time.:D
Tracy from Central PA
2010 Jayco 17Z Ex-Port
2004 Ford Explorer V8 with the tow package
2010 Camping Stats
Nights Camping 132 - Nights Camping in My Z 102
2011 Camping Stats
Nights Camping 107
2012 Camping Stats
Nights camping 133 - Nights camping in my Z 128
2013 Camping Stats
Nights Camping 66 Nights
It benefits me because while sitting under the awning I can look at the vent and see that I forgot to unclip the little locking tabs or that we forgot to shut it off after cooking! So far no issues having it there.