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13 hours ago, Mark 7215 said:

Anyone had this circle appeared on the door

Could it possibly be where an intended logo was supposed to go .

 

Of has this appeared after you bought the van ?

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52 minutes ago, Tradewinds said:

I don't understand this picture. A reflection???

Difficult to photograph , it’s a perfect circle cannot take it straight on 

1 hour ago, Sonar said:

Could it possibly be where an intended logo was supposed to go .

 

Of has this appeared after you bought the van ?

Maybe but no others have logos on the doors , so who knows 

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I still don't understand the picture. There appears to be a reflection of a curtain, cooler box and a light green colour. I have a Coachman VIP 575 (2021) and the door is perfect no blemishes at all.

This picture appears to be a highly polished coachman door with lots of reflections.

 

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1 hour ago, Tradewinds said:

I still don't understand the picture. There appears to be a reflection of a curtain, cooler box and a light green colour. I have a Coachman VIP 575 (2021) and the door is perfect no blemishes at all.

This picture appears to be a highly polished coachman door with lots of reflections.

 

I assumed that was an awning curtain and other external contents reflected. Opening the door at a different angle to reduce reflections might make it clearer. 
 

if it’s a perfect circle it maybe something like a suction lifter  that has been used ‘badly’ during fabrication.?

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10 hours ago, ericfield said:

if it’s a perfect circle it maybe something like a suction lifter  that has been used ‘badly’ during fabrication.?

 

We have a large mirror on the bathroom wall at home and when condensation forms, there is a perfect circle about 6ins across showing near to one corner but it's impossible to see when the mirror is dry.  No amount of cleaning / polishing with a variety of products will make it disappear. As above, I am sure that it was a suction device used to lift the glass as part of the manufacturing process.

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