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Old 07-03-2011, 12:47 AM   #1
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I've got a bad Attitude

When I first got my attitude I was so excited! It was clean and shiny and smelled new. The dealer said I couldn't take it home the day I purchased it cause they needed to repaint the under side cause the factory paint was not good. I should have taken a hint at that point about the finish. I took a trip to Oregon and when I arrived my clothes were wet. I took it to a local dealer and he found an area that was not sealed. The shower had a soft spot in it so when I returned to Fresno I took it in and $500.00 later the shower floor was fixed...for a minute. The next trip the water leaked between the shower wall and glass. Resealed the shower stall. I got ready to take my family to church camp and as I looked at the roof I saw that there was a warped area in the edge of the roof. I took it to the repair shop and they screwed the warp out of the roof. 2 weeks later I took my Attitude to the coast and as I arrived someone said look at the front of your trailer. So I did and there is an open area about 8 inches long abd 2 inches high where the wall has warped. Parked my trailer and did our thing and went to sleep got up in the morning and took showers only to find water leaking on the floor of the kitchen and under the coach as well. This is the worst trailer I have ever owned it is my third toy hauler in 17 years I keep trading up but this time I feel I traded down.
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Welcome to the forum! Sorry to hear you're having such horrible issues with your new TH. Your profile doesn't list the year of your rig. Is this a new unit???

Rick, Nancy, Peanut & Lola our Westie Dogs & Bailey the Sheltie.

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