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Old 03-16-2015, 11:27 AM   #1
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Reputable shop in Las Vegas

We're outside Phoenix now and experiencing charging problems with our Fleetwood DP. I've done what I can to troubleshoot (thanks to many on this list) but this is a job for the pros. We are now thinking of pressing on to Vegas to have the work done there so DW can hit the casinos while we wait.

I've checked rvservicereview.com and although there are plenty of reviews the majority are years old. Who knows what could have changed at a shop since 2010.

Anyone have recent experience with a good shop in the Vegas area that they can share or a link to a web site where the reviews are more up to date?
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I have been exceptionally pleased with Johnny Walker RV. Fair pricing and excellent service.
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Old 03-17-2015, 09:17 AM   #3
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We're outside Phoenix now and experiencing charging problems with our Fleetwood DP. I've done what I can to troubleshoot (thanks to many on this list) but this is a job for the pros. We are now thinking of pressing on to Vegas to have the work done there so DW can hit the casinos while we wait.

I've checked rvservicereview.com and although there are plenty of reviews the majority are years old. Who knows what could have changed at a shop since 2010.

Anyone have recent experience with a good shop in the Vegas area that they can share or a link to a web site where the reviews are more up to date?
6121 Boulder Hwy Las Vegas, NV 89122. DOUBLE EAGLE RV REPAIRS. (702) 458-4700

I was in zion when my transfer switch went out. I had the choice of waiting for 3 days for parts or returning to vegas to find someone. I remembered them from issues 15 years ago with my 1st MH (classs C) when all my fuel lines let go as I pulled into sams town. They did an excellent repair in one day, fot us going again with no future problems and reasonably priced.

I called them from Zion the night before left a message to say I was coming in in the morning around mid-day, would need a transfer switch and the part number etc. I started ou early the following day and and was contacted on the way with an appointment for 1pm and they had the part in stock I arrived a little early and they took it in almost immediately although they were busy. It was raining and the guys worked with an umbrella to get it done we were in and out in 1 hr and they dealt with the warranty co as well.

Both times they did a good job for me and got me moving, The guys told me they were always busy so I would call ahead and let them know if you are going to them

Good luck

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6121 Boulder Hwy Las Vegas, NV 89122. DOUBLE EAGLE RV REPAIRS. (702) 458-4700

I was in zion when my transfer switch went out. I had the choice of waiting for 3 days for parts or returning to vegas to find someone. I remembered them from issues 15 years ago with my 1st MH (classs C) when all my fuel lines let go as I pulled into sams town. They did an excellent repair in one day, fot us going again with no future problems and reasonably priced.

I called them from Zion the night before left a message to say I was coming in in the morning around mid-day, would need a transfer switch and the part number etc. I started ou early the following day and and was contacted on the way with an appointment for 1pm and they had the part in stock I arrived a little early and they took it in almost immediately although they were busy. It was raining and the guys worked with an umbrella to get it done we were in and out in 1 hr and they dealt with the warranty co as well.

Both times they did a good job for me and got me moving, The guys told me they were always busy so I would call ahead and let them know if you are going to them

Good luck

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Gorgot to mention it was September 2014

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thanks for the tips guys. Rather than chancing the trip to Vegas and dying in the middle of nowhere we bit the bullet yesterday and took the coach to RV Renovators in Phoenix. They had excellent reviews everywhere we looked and I hope its true, we're now at their mercy
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