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Old 04-13-2015, 06:52 PM   #1
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Question How long for warranty work?

Is there a typical time frame when it comes to having warranty work done? I'm assuming it also has to do with the type of work required. But since this is our first TT, I have no reference point whatsoever.

Here's our list of repairs:
Replace stereo unit
Awning motor burnt out
Replace flap on one slideout

Thanks in advance! I'm itching to get it back, so we can make our first outing. The snow is FINALLY gone and we actually have some warmer temps.
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Old 04-13-2015, 07:00 PM   #2
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That's hard to say. Some dealers are quicker than others. Based on your list of repairs. If they have the parts in stock. It should take less than 1/2 a day to fix if they take their time. Those are pretty simple things to fix. Now, if they don't have the parts they are at the mercy of their supplier.
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Old 04-13-2015, 07:05 PM   #3
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Thanks, Stormrider151. Unfortunately, the parts had to be ordered.
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Old 05-02-2015, 11:25 AM   #4
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Thanks, Stormrider151. Unfortunately, the parts had to be ordered.
I had mine in the shop for over 3 weeks to replace converter, microwave and a fridge wiring issue.
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I think its seasonal. This time of year most dealers need 5 or 6 months to add air to the tires or perhaps something more complicated like replace a drawer catch. Are you detecting any of my frustration? Sales are booming, unfortunately, service staffing has not kept up. Venting over...thanks.
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I had mine in the shop for over 3 weeks to replace converter, microwave and a fridge wiring issue.
Three weeks is crazy for almost anything. I think sometimes the dealer don't want to fool with warrantee work so they take so long they just wear you out and you do the work yourself of just give up.
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They ended up having everything done in less than 2 weeks. We picked it up and just got back from our first trip. Everything went great!
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