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View Poll Results: How did you learn about the "Jayco Owner's Forums"?
Just stumbled across it. 12 18.75%
A friend told me about it. 2 3.13%
Another forum. 4 6.25%
Google or other search engine. 42 65.63%
Other 4 6.25%
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Old 11-13-2009, 06:36 PM   #1
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Question How did you learn about the "Jayco Owner's Forums"?

Hello All,

I searched for a Jayco forum for months before finding this one. I'm curious how you got here and also attempting to create some chatter.

Please leave a few comments and vote in the poll. Thank you.

I Googled: "Jayco Forum". The forum was at the top of the list. I had done that several times in months past without a hit. Sure glad it's here.

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Old 11-15-2009, 11:03 AM   #2
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It would be nice if Jayco devoted some resources to this forum such as technicians who regularly check posts about questions/problems and respond with solutions.

It would also be a good opportunity for Jayco dealers to do the same. Dealerships could check for posts by state or locality and attract/keep customers by responding to questions/problems.

Anyone have a contact at Jayco headquarters who might consider these suggestions?
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Old 11-17-2009, 08:23 PM   #3
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I done a search with google. I am glad I found it, and I look forward to watching this forum grow.
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Old 11-17-2009, 09:28 PM   #4
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I mentioned the forum to my dealer's tech guy. We have to go back down there to have some warranty work completed. Not sure when in the next few months we will go down, but I will mention the forum to the owner also. I will encourage them to let customers know to check out the forum
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:17 PM   #5
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I stumbled across it while trying to find wiring diagrams for my TT. I'm very glad I did, because I came looking for help and have found much more...a great group of people with like interests!
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:40 PM   #6
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I was referred to this forum by a member who replied to a message posted on RV.NET regarding the new Jayco I had just ordered.

I haven't visited RV.NET much since.
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:44 PM   #7
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I used to spend time on Popup Explorer when we had a pup and Hybrid Explorer when we had our hybrid (neither one were Jaycos). Both were good forums, very helpful and informative. When we were looking at TT's I googled Jayco and found a link to this forum.
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:01 AM   #8
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Once upon a time I would go to RV.Net. From there I found a link to the Montana Owners Forum. I stayed there for over 4 years and still go there on occasion. I just knew there had to be a Jayco Owners Forum so when we decided on the Jayco floorplan we liked I started looking. I wanted to get some kind of an idea what the problems were before buying. It sure is nice not having major problems.
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Old 05-05-2011, 04:11 AM   #9
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I agree with being nice about not having major problems.

I know that there is a crowd that prefers Class A or C, etc. The attached picture is why I prefer my 5'er. This happened the other day at the campground where I am hosting.
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Old 05-05-2011, 07:34 AM   #11
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great idea............ and I thought that Jayco was already doing that but guess not
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Old 05-05-2011, 08:59 AM   #12
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Jim, You told me about it but I didn't come check it out till I started looking at the Eagle. It makes sense though as what better way to find out about a brand that a brand specific forum.
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I agree Dewayne. The best way to learn is to contact or read the experiences of an owner and user. Jayco's are fine products in my opinion.
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I see you changed your Sig.

Hey I see you got your navigator back huh.
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Lurked around a few other Jayco forums but thought they lacked a diversified forum topic structure for a Jayco product owner, which IMO impacted membership draw.

Google is a wonderful thing!

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It would be nice if Jayco devoted some resources to this forum such as technicians who regularly check posts about questions/problems and respond with solutions.......snip
I'm sure that all RV manufacturer's and suppliers have someone lurking around the larger INTERNET forum sites, some make themselves known, others stay in the background gathering information.

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Ed, that motor home behind the tow truck is a very good reason to own a 5er or a travel trailer. Another reason is that I like to use that motor and transmission I paid good money for.
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I agree Dewayne. The best way to learn is to contact or read the experiences of an owner and user. Jayco's are fine products in my opinion.
(Jim, good to see you posting again!!! Don't be a stranger!)
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I was searching on Google for an outdoor stove for our TT.

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Wow here is one poll that predates even Crabman, from 09
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How did you learn about the "Jayco Owner's Forums"?

I knew idlogue from another forum. He passed away 2-3 years ago suddenly.
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