Originally Posted by davel1971
sounds like a big "grey area" with that warranty. I can hear the excuses now. "It's not covered because......"
I guess one could look at it with the perspective of "It didn't cost me anything in the first place". I don't know, my jury is still out. I called the actual company yesterday to ask some questions and got voice mail. I'm still waiting for a response. as stated above, your responsibility is to has certain maintenance items done annually. Perhaps those are things that due diligence says should be done anyway...
1. Inspect roof and seal where necessary
2. Axle and hub lube
3. Furnace - annually inspect and clean blower and combustion chamber. Control compartment, remove any dust, lint, and obstructions. Test for gas line leaks.
4. Hot water heater - flush holding tank, manually operate pressure temperature relief valve, and clean burner tube as outlined by the manufacturer.
For travel trailers that is all that is required.