This past weekend I final found the source of 'banging' as we go down the road in our Tuscany 45 AT. The source is the outside vent for the oven/microwave.
I looked at it carefully and there are two tabs on each side that can be moved into a closed position to stop it flapping. However, when you arrive at the campsite you need to move the tabs out of the way so you have proper venting. The thing is, the vent is maybe 10 feet up the side. I do have a ladder in the basement but the thought of having to pull it in and out seems odd.
On my old fiver I had the same problem. I had a long pull rod for the manual awning that was just right for reaching those little tabs. I kept that rod, and I now use it to pull stuff from the deep recesses of the storage bays. Of course, if you have an electric awning, you probably don't have a rod, but could probably get one at CW.
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So the vent is ten feet up. Average reach for a senior aged fat man (me) bout 7' give or take. Need about a 4' wooden dowel rod or such to access the latch. Piece of 3/8 X 4' wooden dowel at Home Deposit runs about a buck. Couple wood screws for the end to make a "latch tool " maybe 50 cents. $1.50 throw it in pass through and call it good. If it doesn't work, remove the wood screws and sharpen the end for a hot dog stick...