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Old 11-02-2007, 09:06 PM   #1
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About 30 months ago I purchased a Roadmaster Evenbrake system for our 2005 Honda CR-V. About a month ago when we got home from a trip we discovered the battery in our toad was dead and there was a strong smell of burned electronics in the car. When I opened up the Evenbrake unit I found Q1 was burn. I called Roadmaster expecting to order a replacement control board. Once I gave them the Serial Number they shipped me a replacement at no charge. Since the original warranty was 1 year, needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised. Great, fast, service, I like it, I will stick with Roadmaster!
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About 30 months ago I purchased a Roadmaster Evenbrake system for our 2005 Honda CR-V. About a month ago when we got home from a trip we discovered the battery in our toad was dead and there was a strong smell of burned electronics in the car. When I opened up the Evenbrake unit I found Q1 was burn. I called Roadmaster expecting to order a replacement control board. Once I gave them the Serial Number they shipped me a replacement at no charge. Since the original warranty was 1 year, needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised. Great, fast, service, I like it, I will stick with Roadmaster!
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