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Old 02-22-2014, 03:06 PM   #141
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Old 02-22-2014, 06:20 PM   #142
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MadMom and MadDad have the patience of Job.

I wouldn't have even called the factory rep today. I'd have had my attorney do it.
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It's almost as if the factory/repair guys did this on purpose, as if it was: "oh yeah, they wanna be a problem child customer? watch *this* and let's see how long, or even *if* they find it."

I'm also wondering how in hades this ridiculously shoddy repair job wasn't found, meaning that obviously those so focused on making the buyers happy and get them out of there "brand loyal", didn't even *inspect* it.

Sounds like they played slight-of-hand, keeping the OPs focused on "look at all these extra little things we did for you...no, don't look over there, look here, see? we even fixed the loose screw on the door frame! Here ya go, how 'bout a couple hundred bucks worth of freebies! look, we even threw in some free toilet tissue!" instead of focusing on the big issues that brought the RV back to begin with.

Then once it was pulled off the lot they all high fived each other and wiped the imaginary sweat off their brow...whew! pulled that one off! they probably won't ever see it, and if they do they'll think what a great job we did sealing it off for 'em.

Shame on them...shame on the entire lot of 'em. Shame on the workers who did that pee-poor job and shame on the factory/buyer liaisons who didn't inspect the *big* repair.

(ok, so I didn't bite hard enough and my fingers slipped free)
Not sure how this works but I have had the 2014 sabre 36qbok for a few months now. I have found a few troubling problems that others have had big troubles with. I'm now very concerned about them. One big one is the floor in the bunk area. For the price of the unit it should justify a QC tech. It is now at the dealer to address my issues. I'm going to keep my fingers crossed.
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Old 02-22-2014, 06:54 PM   #143
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Not sure how this works but I have had the 2014 sabre 36qbok for a few months now. I have found a few troubling problems that others have had big troubles with. I'm now very concerned about them. One big one is the floor in the bunk area. For the price of the unit it should justify a QC tech. It is now at the dealer to address my issues. I'm going to keep my fingers crossed.
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Not sure how this works but I have had the 2014 sabre 36qbok for a few months now. I have found a few troubling problems that others have had big troubles with. I'm now very concerned about them. One big one is the floor in the bunk area. For the price of the unit it should justify a QC tech. It is now at the dealer to address my issues. I'm going to keep my fingers crossed.

What kind of problems in the bunk area floor. We had a floor problem also
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What a day, spent a good part of the day at our dealer arm wrestling everybody. Not sure where all this lands. Something needs to land soon, I am tired of of running around in circles, starting to get dizzy.
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I do feel sorry for all the rest of you fighting your own battles. I do know how you feel and if you need to talk and blow off some steam, please PM me and I will get you my number. Not sure if I can help, but I sure can cry with you.
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Hi sounds like sabre is not the way to go. We bought a 35QSIK last spring. The first time we opened it the large living room slide twisted. It has an outside kitchen. When we filled it with water the outside kitchen taps started leaking. We hadn't even camped in it. On our first camping trip we noticed that the line going into the toilet was leaking. The door to the bunk room and to the pantry won't stay closed. We took it in. They had it for a month and only fixed the toilet leak. We used it the rest of the summer and the slide for the kitchen island started acting up. We have to move it a few inches out then one inch in then a few more out just to get it opened. When camping season was over we took it back to the dealer with a list of 27 items that need to be fixed. They have had it from mid September till now. The only time we had any interaction was when my husband was near the dealership and stopped in. He was told that they have to take the whole front cap off to fix something. 2 of the 4 slides don't work. I just want to return it and get another trailer, a different brand cause I am so disappointed in our Sabre. We thought we were buying a high end trailer not a piece of junk. Will never buy another Sabre as long as I live. So disappointed I almost don't want to camp anymore.
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