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Old 06-12-2024, 11:08 AM   #1
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Brand new RVíer here. We just finished our first outing in a Ď24 Jayco Jayflight SLX 260bh and all went well, except we had a leak somewhere inside when flushing the black tank. Back to the dealer we go! Iíve use the forum to find itís a common problem so not really worried. Anyway, thanks for having me and Iím so glad to have a place to look for info on EVERYTHING Jayco! 👍🏻
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Welcome to the forum. X2 on Norty's post. You will learn as you go, but always good to hold the dealer accountable for warranty repairs. If you do a DIY and it is under warranty they can and sometimes will void the warranty.
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Welcome to JOF from Northern California! Having a dealer you can depend on is important. And being willing to do the small fixes yourself helps, too. Enjoy the journey!
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