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Old 08-09-2015, 12:42 PM   #1
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Engine/ Dash air cond.

I live just outside of Las Vegas, and looking for some information on a good place to take my Vorage to for Air cond repair.
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Old 08-09-2015, 05:51 PM   #2
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If you're still in Pahrump, I've used two places for mechanical/chassis maintenance and repair and they both do chassis air conditioning repair.

Leroy's Auto-Air is at the corner of Basin and Barney. It's a small shop run by Leroy and his wife Pam. They routinely work on both cars and motorhomes. They definitely do RV chassis air conditioning repair.

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(they recently had a bad review on YP but it sounds rather bogus to me)

Another place I've used for more heavy-duty chassis work is Rod Paulson's in the far north end of town on Leslie Street (4590 N Leslie St). They work on truck, bus, and RV chassis work but also RV air conditioning and other RV house related repairs also ...i.e. slides, furnace, water heater, etc. I personally haven't used them for RV a/c work but they do RV a/c repairs too (see their website HERE)

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If you are no longer in Pahrump and need a good place in Vegas, let me know and I can give you several good places I've used there too.
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