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Old 01-12-2016, 10:37 AM   #1
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Livin lite condensation

[/U][/U]Setting at Lazy Days in Tampa all set to buy the 16tbs.
Doing the walk thru and find water on the floor. Appears to be coming from the bssement. appears to be condensation lots of it in the basement?? Also flooring in slide basement has flooring buckling. The sticker on the outside of the camper when taken off is leaving a permanent mark. They tried buffing etc nothing worked. So no sale. Anyone have issues like this? That much condensation in a livin lite??
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Old 01-12-2016, 10:58 AM   #2
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That seems an excessive amount of condensation. I know ll has had problems with water coming in from the wheel wells and under the floor when traveling in rain. I would not purchase either. Was your unit the new one with the single axle or the older model with duel axle. Since Thor took over there have been a lot of changes, some not so good-in my opinion
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It is a 2015 dual axle. didnt buy. Now to get deposit back. Szs will mail we will see
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Normal condensation usually appears on windows and walls, not floors, in my experience. Good on you for passing on that trailer. No way would I buy that one.
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