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Old 11-25-2011, 08:31 PM   #1
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Separation anxiety ...

So .. the quick and dirty of this strory .. is .......
After having my A122 into the dealer for some warrenty work, I had a problem. When putting it up to inspect the work that they had done, I noticed that the top of the door was not closing like it is supposed to do, leaving a larger gap at the top of the doorframe/door. The lifting of the passenger side wall was out too ... causing me exert pressure to the wall.
As I inspected my camper to see what was the problem, I noticed that the microwave/sterio cabinate had become separated from the outside structure, causing the it to bow outward slightly and not aline with the upper-foldable sidewall.
The culpert was an improperly installed cabinate, which did not support the structure of the trailer. At the door there was only two small wallboard type screws that let go.
My dealer reported this problem to ForestRiver .. and promptly corrected the problem. Cudos to Travel-mor Trailers, Ottawa.

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Old 11-26-2011, 06:25 AM   #2
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Glad to hear that the problem was corrected. Having a good dealer/service dept. you can count on goes a long way to being a "Happy Camper".
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