Originally Posted by MarkandSandyNY
The latest and last update - Dealer found no leaks in the gas system and offered to order a new gas detector even though there is "nothing wrong with it" - funny they had one in stock last weekend when it was suggested that I fix it myself. I never heard from the FR warranty rep. So we are picking up the RV on Monday and driving it to a competitor to be sold on consignment. If this is what it takes to be an RV enthusiast, I don't have the time or patience for it. Good luck to all of you though.
Sorry to see you go. And yes, about 10% of the time I have a problem with my camper. Whether it was a flooding shower, no heat, dead batteries or even having the blinkers go out. I do think it is part of the "price of admission".
I don't mean that rudely - or that a camper is just for the well off who can afford to throw money at the problems. I just think that anytime I start doing something new, it's going to take some time/experience to get into the grove of that thing.
I know you're frustrated, and I would be too. But it's just an alarm. An annoying alarm to be sure. But there were many times I turned to my wife and said I'm ready to sell (see overflowing shower). I'm glad I stuck with it. After those couple hurdles, the other 90% of no problem camping with my family really makes it worth it to us. I wish you the best.