Originally Posted by gilgrc
Thatís another problem I have one Jayco dealer near where I live and since I didnít buy it from them they are reluctant to even see the TT. They say they have so much work from their customer that my TT could be in their lot for 2 or 3 months before doing something. What a joke....2 or 3 months...REALLY?!!
I have a trip coming up in June, so I thought maybe I could fix this myself. If not Iíll have to take it to this dealer after I come back
Get a mobile rv service to fix it...call Jayco and they will usually approve this if a dealer can't get to it in a decent amount of time.
Call any rv parks in your area and ask who they recommend. Mobile guys do lots of service in rv parks so they know who does good work.
Most rv techs are the best bet because they probably worked at the dealerships and got fed up with the stupidity and went out for themselves. Also word of mouth is how they get business so they want happy customers. I would recommend a mobile guy anytime over a dealership. Plus they come to you!