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Old 01-01-2012, 08:15 PM   #1
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Anyone have any suggestions for a reliable shop/person to get RV repairs done? We need electrical work done. We live 60 miles north of Oklahoma City on I-35. The generator won't run the outlets or the back air conditioner.
Thanks for any suggestion.
Also need some reputable place to get the exhaust leak fixed.
Thanks for any ideas.
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Sorry, I cannot help with a reliable mechanic in Oklahoma. But if your generator is running some circuits but not others, it most probably is a breaker on the generator or your load center. And you do not say what kind of MH you have but it has been my experience repair like an exhaust leak is better fixed at a vehicle repair facility than an RV repair. They are usually less expensive. Hope this helps.

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Also, check out rvservicereviews.com on their website. They can be very helpful... it is from previous RV'ers experiences throughout the US.
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