Just got my notice of the required maintenance to keep my FOREVER warranty in effect for my 2012 Windjammer. It states;
1. inspect roof and seal where necessary
2. Axle and hub lube.
3. Furnace, inspect and clean blower, combustion chamber and control
control compartment. test gas line for leaks.
4. hot water heater, flush holding tank, manually operate pressure relief
valve, clean burner tube.
I assume you must pay for this work? So not only do you pay for the "warranty," you also pay for the work they require to keep the warranty in effect. They're really double-dipping, aren't they?
If you're the least bit mechanical, you can probably do all 4 in the list in an afternoon.
I particularly like the "flush holding tank." I wonder what they'll do that you aren't probably already doing every time you leave camp??
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