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Old 01-25-2010, 10:33 PM   #15
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Bill, I did not think Camilla was that old. Hope you have a good and safe trip. We should be home by Feb 20.
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Congrats. I hope you have many years of enjoyment. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:57 PM   #17
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Tom and Di. congrats the looking is over. Many happy miles.

Iam parked next to a brand new twin to your unit here in St. Petersburg. He is heading home tomorrow with a stop at his dealer (LD) for some minor work.

I am looking forward to seeing yours in MB next month.
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Old 01-26-2010, 08:17 PM   #18
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Beau, I wonder if the guy with the Cameo got a pop in the bathroom floor like we do. I heard from a guy that has a 32 Cameo with the same problem. When we leave here we are going back by the dealer also.
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He did not mention the floor or any interior issues. He needs a new roof AC unit. LDs tried to fix it but it promptly burned the new board. Then they tried to install a swapped unit from a stock unit and Carriage said no, shipping in a new unit.

A new unit would make me happy
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Yes a new unit would be a must! With this crazy weather we have had on the air,heat and used the fireplace,it all works good. Just hope when we get to Myrtle Beach the grandkids don't want to toast marshmellows in the fireplace,it does look real though!
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Congratulations Diane & Tom! I am sure you will love your new rig. We sure love ours! Enjoy.
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Congratulations Diane & Tom! I am sure you will love your new rig. We sure love ours! Enjoy.
Thanks Lynn! Yours doesn't happen to have a pop in the bathroom floor does it?? On a Carriage forum Tom read that others had the same problem,so off to the dealer in Sanford,Fl. when we leave here Thursday.
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No we haven't had any bathroom floor problems yet. We camped in it quite a few times last summer after we got it. But will keep a look out for any strange noises.
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We Love our Cameo too!

Just purchased our 36 ft Cameo FW about 2 months ago. It has the full wall slide which makes it so roomy inside. Getting in and out of our yard is the only challenge so far. We live in town, small yard and have to maneuver in and out of an alley. We opted for a F350 4x4 with a crew cab and a full bed so it makes us quite long. Anyway we are getting the hang of it.
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We bought our Cameo in Grafton Ohio a couple months ago, not sure if it is the same dealership you were mentioning. Anyway so far no complaints.
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