Opinions on Repair?
We purchased a new 2014 Whitehawk 28DSBH back in the spring. We had a leaky water supply line fitting to the water heater. Talked to the dealer, he said to try tightening it. I did and it didn't leak for a couple of months. On one of our week long trips, it started leaking again. We kept an eye on it and brought it in for repair after the trip. The dealer replaced 10" of the supply line, a valve, and the fitting. First trip out after that, no leaks. The trip after that, as soon as I fired the heater up (propane), the heater FLOODED the whole back storage compartment under the bunk where the heater is located. Also on the way home from that trip, a spring broke in one of the wheels and started dragging the brake. The dealer had to make a trip to my house to repair the wheel before it could be towed back to the dealer to have the water heater repaired. So the dealer called today after having the trailer for about 4 days and said the heater was repaired. He said it had a pin hole leak and they welded it, pressurized it, heated it up, and nothing leaks now. I'm just wondering if anyone out there has a opinion on this repair method.
2014 Jayco White Hawk 28DSBH
2013 Ford F-150 Super Crew Ecoboost
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