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Old 10-23-2011, 06:11 PM   #11
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Roopert: since it was a brand new trailer maybe a dealer close to your home would have look at your furnace for the warranty repair. I know that other dealers of the same brand just want to serve their own clients and this is why it is important to buy close to home for your warranty work. As it is now I dont think that they will honour the warranty since you already took the unit apart.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:59 PM   #12
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are a bunch of Ass Hats.
LOL, never heard THAT one before........

Glad to see you got it all figured out
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Old 10-23-2011, 08:15 PM   #13
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I understand about warranty, and how it takes an inordinate amount of time to get the warranty approved and completed. About how nine times out of ten they misdiagnose what is wrong and than you're back to square one. About how the vehicle never does what's wrong when the mechanic is standing there.

The problem I described above would take a mechanic a year and a day to diagnose and ultimately waste you're time and frustrate you more than them.

If you get the feeling I'm not going to buy the extended warrenty...you're right. It's pure wasted money.


As far as voiding my warranty...that's open for a lot sharper minds than mine, but I doubt it.

I live 7 hours from where I bought my Roo, so any warranty work and I would get the same old line....'did you buy it here?....no....hmmmm'
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:56 PM   #14
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O.K., nice job. Now forget the furnace and tell us more about the beer and getting naked part.
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Old 10-23-2011, 10:29 PM   #15
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Ah beer, my favorite subject. Although I consider myself a rookie with very limited experience, I must admit to having a certain fondness for Indian Pale Ale. I have many favorites, some of which are only available in certain States, as they are micro brewed there in. A certain brewery in Kalamazoo, Michigan comes to mind. But I digress. My current favorite is Sam Adams Latitude of 48 IPA. Wow. What a great brew. Very bold and although it's advertised as having citrus blends, it can't be tasted. Not like those silly Blond beers. seriously if you want citrus, go drink OJ. IPA is very bold for an Indy beer, and much darker than you would imagine. When you drink one, toast your good health.

Another beer of choice is Stella. A very light tasting beer that won't leave you bloated, but clears your pallet so every bite of steak tastes like that first bite. I know that Stella seems like a band wagon beer. But it really is very good.

Here's a little video to get your beer taste buds going....

Stella Artois: World Draught Masters.

Oh and the naked part is over rated, unless, you're talking about her sister...
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Old 10-24-2011, 12:24 AM   #16
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I didn't know pouring beer was an art! The only experience I have had with getting beer out of a keg was looking up at the tap opening, mouth wide open, while laying on the floor.
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Old 10-27-2011, 10:11 PM   #17
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x2 on the warranty. Cheaper to keeper and fixer!

Is this a sister wife kinda thing? Damn I couldn't handle more than one! LOL!
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Old 10-27-2011, 10:42 PM   #18
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Love the ass Hat comment - had to laugh at that one and good find

the 2nd year warranty would pay for itself the first time you use it for say like Delamination or very expensive parts goes out but just my .02 for piece of mind.

Another idea for heat is to add the Heating Element to your Ceiling A/C unit - I think I got mine for like $70 shipped to my door from PPL in Texas - well worth investment as well on top of the ceramic heater's - atleast you wont trip over the element that is installed in your roof A/C though lol
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wow she gets you beer
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This thread is useless without pics...
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