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Old 05-06-2013, 04:47 AM   #21
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When we took delivery Sat. The dealer and everyone went home and our a/c didn't work, in Florida that is rough. Called 24 hr service... Recalled... No one answered. God was good and it was a cool night. Still had a great time learning in our new trailer. We are Newbies...
Are you still on Lazydays lot? Youroo!!
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:24 AM   #22
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When we took delivery Sat. The dealer and everyone went home and our a/c didn't work, in Florida that is rough. Called 24 hr service... Recalled... No one answered. God was good and it was a cool night. Still had a great time learning in our new trailer. We are Newbies...
Congrats on picking up your camper. We had some minor problems at pick up but we were there 2 nights and they were able to take care of our issues. The a/c works great. You will be very happy once you have everything working and it's home. Don't forget to post some pictures.
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Old 05-06-2013, 07:34 AM   #23
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Just took delivery of 1st trailer 122bh. NO AC. Checked fuses. At Lazy Days. No one answers at 24 tech support. Not sure what I am not doing. HELP!
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:05 AM   #24
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Called 24 hr service... Recalled... No one answered.
Whose 24 hour service were you calling?
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Old 05-07-2013, 02:02 AM   #25
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We stayed overnight at Lazy Days dealer the day we took delivery. They say they gave a 24 hour tech service to troubleshoot problems. I called and left a message, no answer when we really needed it. The next am finally got someone and they couldn't fix so had to leave it
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:51 AM   #26
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We have foundLazy Days to be above and beyond on all their services. You stated (24 hr Teck service) this is way different than (24 hr Repair service). Youroo!!
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Hello ~ did you get to pick up your camper?
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Old 05-10-2013, 09:23 PM   #28
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We went to pick up last sat. Left it there because the a/c did not work, they replaced the a/c and pick it up in the morning. Question... How does the 10,000 btu a/c work? Does it keep it cold? Thought we had the 20,000 btu but has 10,000 btu ( A122BH)
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We went to pick up last sat. Left it there because the a/c did not work, they replaced the a/c and pick it up in the morning. Question... How does the 10,000 btu a/c work? Does it keep it cold? Thought we had the 20,000 btu but has 10,000 btu ( A122BH)
None of the RV rooftops are 20K Btu, max is 15K. They use 12K Btu window units, about the max. for a household room air cond. Those rooms are a lot more cubic area than your trailer, you should be fine.
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The 10k units work just fine in the A-frames. IMHO, anything bigger would be overkill, at least in all but the hottest climates.
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