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    kitchen outlets

    I would appreciate if someone who owns a Momentum 385 could please tell me where electrical outlets are in the kitchen area. I noticed in pictures they had one on each side of the "island" under the second shelf. I'm asking because sometimes we use a small slow cooker and a couple other kitchen appliances which have short cords. Are there any electrical outlets by the stove or close to the countertops. If not, does anyone know if Grand Design would move the existing island outlets to the first shelf in a build sheet?

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    Maybury385th. I have looked everywhere to plug in my wife's Kuerig coffee maker. I am going to put it on the stove counter top and run a heavy duty extension cord to the cabinet above the microwave.
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    Re: kitchen outlets

    I thought there was a receptacle under the microwave.
    I know there is a light switch hidden under there.
    I cannot confirm. My 385 is parked 30 miles away

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    Thank you LongIsland and Shamu for responding, this forum seems to have very friendly and helpful members.
    Shamu yeah, I thought it might be hard to confirm this with it being the dead of winter in most states, but thought I would give it a shot, thanks for your input.
    LongIsland, I was hoping to avoid the extension cord thing, but if it comes down to it it'll have to do.
    Thanks again for your responses.

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    HI All

    Would the dealer be able to add extra outlets in the kitchen area or would this be a big job to do after it was built ?

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    Hi,

    I'm new to the forum. Buying our rig next fall. Meanwhile, doing a lot of dreaming and planning.
    I would love to see more outlets conveniently placed in the kitchen: one near counter space next to stove and maybe one near shelf on hutch? For breakfast I normally use a toaster, a coffee grinder and a coffee pot, all requiring electricity.
    Pretty please???? :-*

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    Welcome to the forum RoseyPosey!

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    Hi RoseyPosey and welcome to the forums!
    Are you considering a Momentum?
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    Re: kitchen outlets

    Hi,
    We are leaning towards the Reflection 303 because of the living room design and the length is 33'11". Have heard you need to be 35' or under to fit in most national parks. The smallest Solitude is 36'. My hubby would love a Momentum, but then he'd spend lotsa $$$ to fill it!

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    Re: kitchen outlets

    The length, weight and floor plan is exactly the reason we settled on ours. We have sufficient electrical outlets for our toaster, Keurig, crock pot and other appliances. I previously had a much longer and heavier fifth wheel and, for me, it didn't suit the places I camp very well.
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