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Old 11-28-2014, 07:03 PM   #1
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Poor bedroom air circulation

We have a 2014 WhiteHawk 24RBS. One window in the bedroom doesn't open. We dry camp a lot during the summer and found the bedroom is stifling! Even with the other window open, and both the bedroom door and the main door open, there isn't much air circulation. We have two battery operated fans but the bedroom is pretty tight so one balances on the window valance and the other one sits out by the door. Any thoughts on what we can do to improve the air circulation when we are dry camping? We noticed in the 2015's, both bedroom windows open. Thanks!
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Old 11-28-2014, 07:09 PM   #2
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Why not check with you dealer to see if he can get you the other window. If the 2015 windows are the same size it would be an easy switch.
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Why not check with you dealer to see if he can get you the other window. If the 2015 windows are the same size it would be an easy switch.
That's a great idea and why didn't Jayco think of that.
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That's a great idea and why didn't Jayco think of that.
They did. That's why the 2015 has two windows that open.
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I hope the "easy switch" works for you. If it doesn't, check with Jayco and see who the window supplier is. They might have a solution for you.

Some years ago I changed a window configuration by ordering part from Kinro. Kinro was the supplier of the original TT windows to Jayco so the parts matched perfectly and looked stock. I don't know how many suppliers Jayco uses for windows, but at that time I think it was three. The etchings on the glass might provide some help.

Link to Kinro: http://kinrowindows.net/page3.html
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