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Old 12-15-2015, 07:11 AM   #1
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Need Repair Shop Referral in Tampa area

Well, $4,000 to $6,000 later in trying to get a leak issue resolved in our MS DRV (in TN) we still have a major leak. We are headed to Tampa area in January. We need someone who is willing to truly work with on figuring out where that darn leak is. No luck yet in TN (after getting referrals and some really good shops).

Please help if you know of any place.

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Old 12-15-2015, 07:45 AM   #2
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Well, $4,000 to $6,000 later in trying to get a leak issue resolved in our MS DRV (in TN) we still have a major leak. We are headed to Tampa area in January. We need someone who is willing to truly work with on figuring out where that darn leak is. No luck yet in TN (after getting referrals and some really good shops).

Please help if you know of any place.

Thanks.

Cindy
Lazydays is a HUGH operation. See if they will do a free quote. Then go from there.
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When I was at LD a couple of years ago, I remember them having a "rain booth" that sprayed water so techs could chase down leaks. Don't know the cost. Give them a call.
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I suggest that when you find a place to try and make an advance appointment as they're all very busy this time of year.
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Concur with all. Their service folks have always been super helpful - and in a few cases, well above and beyond the call of duty. You will definitely want to make an appointment. The CG there is nice as well.
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Leak? Are speaking of a plumbing leak or leak during rain?
My buying experience with Lazy Days was GREAT! BUT, my experience with their service department on a brand new rig is less than stellar. I'm sure it depends on the tech you get.
Please be more specific about your "leak" situation we might be able to give you more help. Good luck,
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