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Old 03-28-2016, 07:38 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by GATRAID View Post
We bought out of state but have had a fine experience locally with warranty work. We called ahead, made appointments at the end of the season and also had them winterize and add a few accessories. We also had then complete the second year FR warranty work. While it was at a seasonal site and the AC went out (4th of July no less), we found a Domestic certified travel mechanic. We paid $80 fir his travel fee and FR/ Dometic paid for the new AC unit. Not all experiences are like the horror stories you read.
Sounds like you found a Good Dealer !!!
Tip here being,,, you also use them for other than just Warranty work !!!

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