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Old 01-06-2016, 09:03 PM   #15
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Sorry - I guess that was a little confusing......I asked Fleetwood about what happens when I am out of warranty and I experience mold issues tied back to the flooding of the coach. Her response was "I don't know"

This is becoming a nightmare. I am basically left holding the bag on a damaged product with no assurance that future problems arising as a result of the dealer's negligence.
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I would advise you to document everything and to keep a diary Date time place, Phone calls and who you have talked to. Take pictures if possible. The more documentation the better. This is very important if you have to file a claim or go to court. Contact the BBB better business They will want to see all paper work. Contact the financial institution that is financing it. They can apply pressure. by all means take it to the factory. They can make it like new again. Been there and done that.
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