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Old 07-05-2016, 09:50 PM   #11
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Very interesting I did not know that when the RVs are built the workers are paid per coach. That certainly explains the problems I've experienced with my new Rockwood. It is in the shop yet again for more repairs to be completed before I hit the road on Saturday for a week-long trip. My experience has been one thing after another has not worked correctly/at all and my RV dealer is running after me trying to correct my complaints/discoveries. I have a really long list of repairs that can wait until this fall when camping season is over but BEFORE the manufacturer warranty expires as they are not critical. The critical errors are being corrected immediately, such as my a/c that will not turn off. Ever. Even if it is 50 degrees outside.
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Old 07-06-2016, 01:14 AM   #12
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It is sad we the consumer have to go through the things we do. I totally paid for mine out right. 2017 2861DS $81.000 plus the extra warranty I bought is for 7yrs. Or 75,000 miles. I just hope the inside is ok. I'm sorry for all the people who paid ..for something that has driven them crazy with all the return work. Thanks everyone. God Bless you all.
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Old 07-06-2016, 08:19 AM   #13
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Our old TT had a leak years back,,, rain was leaking from the bath fan and the shower,,, I found it was leaking in around the skylight,,, just because it looks like the leak is at the fan,,, it maybe getting in some where else !!! Have you looked @ the roof ???
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Yea. I can't see were is leaking at so I just started every place that looked like it needed some. Hope it is fixed.
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Old 07-07-2016, 07:34 AM   #15
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Yea. I can't see were is leaking at so I just started every place that looked like it needed some. Hope it is fixed.
Yes I hope you found the spot,,, sounds like you went after it the right way,,, lets hope the unit is able to properly dry out,,, Make sure your dealer & FR knows about the leak,,, even if you fixed it,,, and you have proof you notified them !!!
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