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Old 03-17-2016, 02:20 PM   #21
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We went from from Jay Flight 26RLS to an Eagle 298RLDS. The double slide made a world of difference along with the location of the television. It is angled and is viewable from the recliners and sofa. It can also be swung around to be viewed from the dinette. The small slide has the pantry linen and wardrobe in it so plenty of storage. Love the fact we don't have to walk through the bathroom to get to the bedroom.

I am not sure why they keep changing floor plans so often. It seems it wouldn't be cost effective.
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Old 03-18-2016, 09:33 AM   #22
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Love our 28RLS, choose 28RLS over the 27RLS cause of the washroom.
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Old 03-18-2016, 09:46 AM   #23
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28rls.
Yes, spin one recliner and the slide will close.
The angled tv is on an extendable swivel mount.
It can be viewed from any seat except the toilet. Heh.

Gotta admit, a linen closet would be welcome, but I really like the bath layout.
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Old 03-18-2016, 10:06 AM   #24
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27rls

Hands down the 27RLS is a winner floor plan over the 28RLS.

We could have gotten the 28, but opted for the 27 instead exactly because the 28 screwed up the floor plan. And the TV positioning in the 28 is ridiculous for right recliner to see...esp if anyone is standing in the kitchen.

Having to walk through the bathroom to get to the bedroom is no big deal at all.
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On the 28RLS can you access the bedroom from the kitchen with the slide out in?
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Yes, we also love our 27 RLS and have no problem with TV and love love love the linen closet
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On the 28RLS can you access the bedroom from the kitchen with the slide out in?
No. I'm guessing that's why the bedroom has an exterior door.
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good question

maromeo that's a good question actually. That's the one annoying thing about the 27RLS. When it's parked with the slide IN, you can't open the bathroom door to go thru to the bedroom. You have to go out the main door and in the bedroom door.

It LOOKS like the 28RLS might have a similar problem?
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