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Old 02-02-2012, 07:38 AM   #11
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Attached is a photo of a dual certification label. It has "C" on the left for Canada, and "US" on the right for USA. The straight CSA label has a stylized CSA lettering. It's up to the manufacturer if they want dual or just UL or just CSA. Their choice will depend which approach is justified (think cost) by their sales volume in each market.

As edatlanta says, each sub-assembly is part of the mix. I also agree with mcfarmall that most people don't care if your TT has the blessing of CSA. The insurance companies and licensed trades people will be the ones you have to convince that all is okay.
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Old 02-02-2012, 10:26 AM   #12
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I stopped by a local RV show this weekend. Looked at a couple of the new 2012 Jaycos and it caught my eye there was a Canadian flag sticker near the door down low. Wonder if those were dual certified? I didnt happen to look at the other stickers. I am pretty far down south so I thought that was interesting.
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They put a Canadian flag on ours, I will go look for US on the label tomorrow.
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:32 PM   #14
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We purchased our unit 2 years ago in the US and have just found out that we do not have a CSA approval sticker on our unit and after contacting the manufacturer we just found out that our unit was not built for the Canadian Market.
Our local dealer will not service our unit for any electrical or propane issues and we cannot sell this unit either.
Has anyone ever had to deal with this issue and if so are there any solutions.
We are not pleased but as they say buyer beware.
you can still sell your unit , there is no law saying you cant. also you could have a tsa guy do a propane test and he will tag it, and a hydro special inspection and he or she will tag that
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Your dealer is blowing smoke at you because you did not buy from him... Lots and lots buy them in the USA and bring them back to Canada... I know someone that does that every year then sells it when they get home...
IF you are in the GTA I know of a dealer near there that I am sure will service your rig for you... He writes the Hitch hints column in the Cdn RV magazine...
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They put a Canadian flag on ours, I will go look for US on the label tomorrow.
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The Cdn flag on a Jayco means it was built to Cdn standards... when I bought mine I mistook it for meaning made in Canada
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Thanks again Seann.
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The Cdn flag on a Jayco means it was built to Cdn standards... when I bought mine I mistook it for meaning made in Canada
Yes, and for those who are curious, you will also see the 3 inch round CSA label on the outside near the entrance door. On the label is a registry number unique to a particular model series. This label is for the whole TT and looks different than my earlier photo of a component level cert. My TT is in storage so I don't have a photo of the outside label.
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