Sorry for the delay on "the rest of the story" as Paul Harvey would say, but we've been on the road camping 😎. The dealership hustled and got all repairs completed in time for our trips. They put their best service man, and only him in charge, which meant no chance of confusion on who fixed what and something being overlooked. The serviceman walked us thru everything
He had replaced and showed us unrelated things he had found that he also fixed or replaced. There was never any confusion with the fact their employee had dropped the ball. In case you are wondering, that particular employee is no longer with them. Wonder if he did this to others.
I work at an law office, so from the beginning I was checking in with attorneys. Their thoughts were, as long as the dealership was admitting their employee's were responsible (which they were and was all documented on their computers) to ride it out and let them fix it with them adding extended warranty for things that might show up later. We met with the general manager and he agrees that should anything show up, they would cover it. ( plus the GM Threw in all kinds of accessories from their camping supply store).
We had looked online at all their new campers on their lot, which is extensive, but none compared to the new one we have.
Two of our trips were full hook-up and was using our tanks. We found our water tanks leaked, and we called him immediately and he agreed they would take care of that. Since the dealership is a couple of hours away, and we don't want any down time for the rest of this season, we agreed we would stick with full hookups he rest of this year. Again my husband did mention, to him that with this much investment in the camper, we might be needing to think of a replacement.
I very much appreciate all your thoughts and experience, as it armed us with knowledge. I'm still very open on all your experienced thoughts, as we do follow ups.
You guys are the best!! Thanks
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