Originally Posted by bobbyl
Just to clear things up....I purchased the unit and all money was paid. It was a cash deal with trade in. The deficient items were noted on work orders and scheduled for repairs the following Friday. There was also a work order to reprogram the satellite from dish to Direct Tv. All items that needed to be repaired were noted by me on the contract and the work orders.
The fact that parts were missing from the satellite system would have been unknow to me at the time of the sale. I didn't know the unit needed a separate power supply. The back up camera was noted on a work order for repair on return at a later date.
Needless to say I am aggravated but pleased with the outcome. Parts will have to be ordered for the satellite system, a new monitor for the back up camera, all of which will be covered by the dealer. I agreed to pay for the hookup to the rear television from the satellite. This cost was $150.00 parts and labor.
All of the other little nagging things were repaired at no charge.
Bottom line is all of the repairs were noted with exception of the missing satellite parts the day of the sale.
I guess all's well that ends well. The GM of the dealership finally after about 4 hours made the decision based on their own documentation that they had no choice but to make the repairs free of charge.
Bought a brand new 2012 Fleetwood , undergoing the same problems with Fleetwood not the dealer. Dealer agrees with the need to replace a Domeic full slide awning cover. However after three months the slide awning has collapsed to the point it holds gallons and gallons of water. DW and I have to spend an hour just getting it in draining off ac water. We are told that is just part of RVing? NOT. Dometic and Fleetwood say too bad, new coach , high end. Guess you made out ok?
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