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Old 08-13-2015, 02:17 PM   #11
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Does the extended warranty need to be purchased immediately after the purchase or anytime before the manufacturer warranty is out?

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Old 08-13-2015, 06:57 PM   #12
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We were offered one thru our dealer. Can't remember which but we had either 60 or 90 days to accept it.
We declined.

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Thanks. I will research a little bit in relation to the scope (what is included / excluded) and when I would need to buy the warranty. I might be interested on such coverage.

I could buy the extended warranty (backed by the manufacturer, not a third party) on my car up until I had the original warranty valid. I could then shop around to find a dealer with the cheapest offer.
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Old 10-08-2015, 01:47 PM   #14
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I have one and I just used it. Repair was 1400. When we bought our RV the warranty was on sale. Paid $1500. And i have 7 years total of warraty. One more repair and will have paid for it self. The company is FCPP. On our last trailer we bought it and it cover when the converter blew, when the furnace went. One of the side wall had to be repaired. One of the bunk end almost broke off. the way I look at it it cost me about $20 a month over 7 years for piece of mind. I have never had a repair turned down and not get authorized.
How often do you have to take your trailer in for a service/inspection to keep it valid?
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Old 10-08-2015, 02:31 PM   #15
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Have one through the dealer as well, not sure which one though. With all the electronics for the slides, the residential fridge, the TVs, I also think it is worth the investment. Our dealer actually has a CC that he can use to pay for repairs if we can't find a service provider who accepts the warranty. We had to have the air-cond replaced under JAYCO's warranty while on the road in Jan (Florida) and that bill was $1,300. When we had the SENECA the ext warranty paid out $1,200 for a new radiator. So they do come in handy.

If your dealer sells you the right plan you can also get partial refunds when you sell or trade. We got a $675 refund for the one on the SENECA when we bought the PINNACLE.

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