Originally Posted by chucknviv
I have a 2017 Georgetown 30x3 which is a month old. We had some warranty issues and brought it to Camping World in Panama City while visiting family. We picked it up today and was told we owed $200 since they did not find anything wrong with my air conditioner (my bedroom is hot at night and the air flow is not strong so I thought there might be a blockage). I was told by Camping World that if they check something and find nothing wrong Forest River does not pay them so it is the customers responsibility to pay. If I knew there was not a blockage or something wrong with the system I would not have them check. This is my third RV and have never had this happen. Has anyone else had a problem with warranty service not covered?
Did the CW service mgr tell you there would be a charge if they found nothing wrong?
Was there anything in writing that said there would be any type of minimum service charge?
And, did you read any of the fine print that might have stated you would be responsible for any type of "check"?
If you signed any type of work order that obliged you to pay for service or a minimum service charge, them you'll be responsible, unless you can get Forrest River to pick up the tab (
) which probably won't happen as they will claim the AC will fall under the AC's manufacturer warranty.