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Old 08-16-2013, 09:50 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by flydye View Post

Got the trailer back from the dealer and they had to take the black cover/corrugated plastic off the bottom of the trailer to fix the gray water tank. They also said they found some water damage (I only use the tub once to give my son a bath) due to some sealant missing from the factory. Unfortunately, the dealership did a horrible job putting the bottom back onÖ (Missing foam, wires hanging around, sagging cover, etc.).

I didnít accept it from the dealership the first time around and they patched it up better, but itís still not right.

I have a call into Primetime (left a voicemail) to discuss what my options are, if I have any..

Kozzy - Thanks! I'll give that a try. sounds exactly what I'm looking for.
who is your dealer?


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Old 08-16-2013, 05:51 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by platokidd View Post
who is your dealer?

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Old 08-26-2013, 08:08 PM   #23
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Thanks - I decided to schedule it for service on all my "issues" in a couple of weeks... hopefully they can figure it out!
How did your repairs go?

This past camping trip, I had a plug start to pop out of the wall when unplugging the coffee pot. I'm not going to bother bringing it in. I think its easier (and a lot less stressful) to just fix it myself.
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:33 PM   #24
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I got in lots of camping and had had no issues at all (knock on wood), the black tank does start off reading 1/3 full but thats a common problem for all campers, and yes that velcro was cheap as heck lol, need to fix that my self.

couple of upgrades I have made;
mounted tv in bedroom with slide out mount with the other one on the outside of the camper so I can quickly pull the tv out of the bedroom and hook it up on the outside of the camper.
installed bed lift assist product that has two pistons and makes lifting the bedroom bed easy and keeps it up,
got nice mattress topper for the bedroom, big improvement

thats it for now folks

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