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Old 03-04-2012, 05:34 PM   #15
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No I did not say I got serveral rigs new due to a problem like this. I think I said I have had a dealer switch out a rig once due to their ignorance and they could not deny it so... I have also had other things returned for a defective products or dealer causing a problem with a car once actually. (they had not checked and NO OIL in brand new auto so engine blew in a day)
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Guess I misunderstood when you referenced 'rig' and 'RV' several times in the discussion.
Certainly, a new car without oil can hardly be ignored or blame mis-placed; but how the pump came to be on, it was not said. And if the faucet had been shut off, nothing would have come of it. I cannot perceive of being able to obtain a new rig from what happened, and there should not be any long-term damage if caught quickly and dried out--I have had several such incidents of my own causing without floor warpage or staining.

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