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Old 01-17-2016, 03:28 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by barmcd View Post
So I looked at the posts below which explain wax valve. The question is are you replacing a failed electronic module or one that still works as a preemptive measure?
In my case it was preemptive. It's a 11 year old coach, so I decided this was a good time to get it done.

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Old 02-06-2016, 07:48 AM   #31
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I wanted to follow up on the thread to close the loop. We drove away from Premier MCS in Tucson on Wednesday. They recommended we stay overnight in the KOA just down the street, and setup for the first time and exercise the systems. That was a great idea, as we did find a couple of problems( No Hot water at the taps) we hadn't caught in their checkout and mine. Eric and Joe promptly came out and diagnosed the problem. It did require us to return to the shop, and Eric, himself worked most of the day making it right. It turned out to be a stuck check valve on the hot side of the heater. Once the problem was found, maybe 10 minutes to fix.

We have somewhere around 550 miles on the coach now, and 3 more nights. I will say our purchase from Premier has been a good experience. We had a work list completed prior to our pickup, and it was all done, except for two items, which they did the day of pickup. Here are the main items we had done.

Samsung Residential
Wax Valve
TV removed in bedroom, and replaced with cabinet.
Roof Sealed
Exterior Access door latches adjusted or replaced
Several Clearance Lights replaced
Old Audio/TV equipment deleted
Dash cover replaced
Copilot chair had a small hole that was repaired.

I think I will start another newbie thread for some questions on systems I have?

Thanks everyone for their help and suggestions.


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