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Old 03-19-2015, 03:56 PM   #21
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I just got one picture posted from yesterday. The next two days its raining so I can finish it until prob Sat.


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Old 03-19-2015, 07:35 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Quahog View Post
Can you elaborate on that? You've piqued my curiosity. Thanks
1. Slide out motor failed (would not retract)
2. Rear stabilizer motor failed (in the down position)
3. Bathroom fan stopped working
4. Entry stair unit broke away from the trailer
5. Rear molding on the outside of trailer came unglued
6. Two facets replaced
7. One shade cord broke
8. Shower door handle fell off
9. Refrigerator would not run on the LP

This was on two trips. Many of these items are trivial but disappointing with a brand new trailer and 2 out of 2 camping trips required mobile service to get us road worthy (the two motor issues).

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Old 03-20-2015, 08:09 AM   #23
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Sorry you had so many issues. The good news is that you got the service your paid for and while an incovenience, you got things fixed. I had a similar issue with my slide that the motor wire pulled from the motor in the bunkroom and had to be replaced. Most of the issues seem to be component related with the exception of steps and trim.

Curious, did they have to replace the rear stabilizer motor, fan and what was the fridge issue? Sometimes you really need to bleed the propane lines due to the length of the trailer. It's taken up to 3 cycles to get mine over.

My stabilizer switch went on a previuos unit and I had to take it out and jump it. Motor was good just not the switch.

Also make sure you never stop mid stream on the Schwintec slides or you will lead to issues on alingment. All the way out hold for 3 seconds and the same on the inbound.

And if you don't know this already you can read the codes in the pantry on the 2 rear slides and in the basement behind the panel, door side for the kitchen slide.

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Old 04-04-2015, 02:17 PM   #24
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Well it got delivered yesterday and we got moved some what. Fits perfect on our site. The wifes happy so what more could u ask for and got to have my 1st beer in it. Water won't be on for 2 more weeks so won't be able fully used it. Hope I don't have as many problems as the other guy but i guess that's what warranty's are for. Thanks for all your insite guys very much appreciated

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