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Old 10-31-2015, 05:51 PM   #1
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First nite in our 2650 FR Sunseeker

Well let's start with Friday afternoon, we got it to the RV park,
started setting things up, had A/C going worked perfectly approx 3
hours. Then we turned A/C off and left to go and sell the truck, when
we
came back approx 6pm, as I got out of the car I could heard an alarm
going off in RV, I first thought it was the smoke alarm, took battery
out, (we thought oh it's just a worn out battery)we cool down the the
RV
down, the decided to open windows turn A/C off, had a nice breeze
coming, door open, very nice, drinking fine wine....then the
alarm
started again discovered it was the combination Carbon Monoxide and
Gas
Alarm. The red light was showing that the LP had a problem..it kept
going off and on, we turned off the propane, didn't help, kept doors
and
windows open, didn't help, it stop for a few hours until 1pm, went off
again, (neighbors are not happy with us) Finally Rick pulled the fuse
out. It stopped!!!!!
I pulled out the user manual. Read everything, from what I got from it, was
either a problem with the battery, but we have it plug into shore
power, and tested the battery, all ok full charge
so we are assuming that's NOT the problem, it also says the unit
needs
replace every 2 years or so or when it starts malfuncting.
I'm assuming that now we have driven it off the lot that it's "OUR"
problem.
But NO...Mike Thompson RV and salesman of the Year Jim Rose (after a long email) is having us bring the unit back to service the problem. Now that is a company and salesperson who stands behind there product and integrity. Kudos Mike Thompson RV and Jim Rose
Cindi
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