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Dometic Patty O'Room

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Expand your living space by adding an A&E Patty O’Room II.
Patty O'Room makes your RV patio awning into a comfortable screened-in enclosure that protects from flying insects and nearly doubles your living space.

Setup is fast and simple. The Patty O'Room starter set includes both end panels, one 3-foot door panel, skirting, wheel-well cover, hardware kit, and zippered storage bag.

Built in roll-down privacy panels provide a spare bedroom or sheltered storage space. Universal design fits most patio awnings.

  • Position door right or left.
  • Heavy-duty vinyl coated reinforced fabric panels and skirting with nonflammable fiberglass screen attach easily and securely.
  • Includes the front panel, 2 side panels, skirting, wheel well covers, 2 spring-tension mounting poles, privacy panels, hardware and storage bag.
  • To order, measure from inside of awning arm to inside of awning arm.
  • Roll-down privacy panels provide an extra room
  • Super-durable nonflammable screen fabric repels moisture and dries quickly to resist mildew
  • Fast and simple setup

    Cannot be used with the Weather Pro Awnings or the 9100 Awnings (Manual or Power).


  • Technical Specs

    Tech Specs

    Weight: 36.24 lbs.

    Dimensions: 93" - 110" Std Height / 111" - 120" Tall Height

    Warranty: Mfr. 1 year limited warranty.

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    Dometic Patty O'Room: Customer Reviews

    Camper's Choice Rating

    (4 Based on 19 Reviews)

    Reviewed by 19 customers


    Plan to Order

    116 out of 245 people found this review helpful.
    March 10, 2004
    Grate for keeping flys out
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    PattyO Room installation

    492 out of 501 people found this review helpful.
    March 29, 2004
    We ordered this item about a month ago. It’s very well made, and not too terribly hard to install, except… forget about the cheapo “Common sense” (the official name of the twist-locks) fasteners they supply. I had the single-screw things popping apart faster than they could be installed. I went to an upholstery shop where they make boat tops, and bought two dozen stainless steel, two-hole marine versions of the fasteners. Problem solved forever. Cost: about $20, and the marine versions do NOT break. (The skirting piece also uses Common sense fasteners) Each sidewall is held up by a spring bar, then slide-on anchors that connect to the Common sense fasteners. (In a line up the RV wall) The corners zip together with large zippers. Be sure to carry a stepstool in your RV, as you will need it to compress the stiff-spring bars into their places, and reach the top of all the zippers. You have to drill a 3/8” hole in each end of the awning roller, which is easy enough to do. There’s a pin on one end of the spring bar, and a socket (cup) that mounts on the RV wall to hold the upper end of the bar. Installing the Patty O Room is mostly lining up and installing all of the Common sense fasteners into the right places, drilling the two rail holes, mounting the two sockets, and cutting the skirting piece out for the steps. After that, putting the room up for the weekend is just putting on the skirting piece, sliding the front panels into the awning rail’s accessory groove, putting up the sidewalls, and zipping them all together. I made a special hook-bend in my awning pull bar that hooks the zipper handle of the front panels, and I can set it up all by myself. The hardest part is sliding the front panels into the awning rail, but with two people, it’s very easy. A tip: have the awning dropped down low to make the accessory rail easy to reach, then raise it back up to normal after the front panels are in place. The screen is fine mesh, and the walls are tight against the RV.
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    Spring Tension Mounting Poles

    55 out of 56 people found this review helpful.
    November 07, 2004
    We installed the Patty O Room and found the tension poles were not long enough. Any strong wind would knock them off. We purchased two utility comp springs and inserted them in the pole to give it more tension. It worked great. problem solved. We also found the fasteners very cheap and will purchase the ones from the boat store and replace as needed. We already replaced three of them. Room is great idea just a few cheap parts. But otherwise works out well.
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    What size awning does it fit?
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    This appears to be a closeout. Are some still available?
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    What size is the one that costs $270.
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