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Old 08-25-2007, 05:41 PM   #1
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We have owned our new DP for about one month now. It is currently in the shop for some warranty work. Took it on its maiden voyage August 8th to work out the bugs. The A/C problem has been fixed. It seemed they found something in the air duct on the right side, didn't say what it was. Working on a short in the wiring to a wall lamp in the bedroom. Trying to find a better way to secure sliding doors with something other than a snap strap. Trying to locate the remote and manual for the main TV, can't program the TV. I think there is a little play in the steering wheel, but it may be me. Other than those, it appears to be a great rig. Got me a 2006 Jeep Wrangler with 2600 miles on it. The lady took it in for its first oil change and traded it in for a new '07. Her loss, my gain. I got all the hitch equipment with it. This National RV 34' Tropi-Cal will work for us. Great folks here. Thanks
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We have owned our new DP for about one month now. It is currently in the shop for some warranty work. Took it on its maiden voyage August 8th to work out the bugs. The A/C problem has been fixed. It seemed they found something in the air duct on the right side, didn't say what it was. Working on a short in the wiring to a wall lamp in the bedroom. Trying to find a better way to secure sliding doors with something other than a snap strap. Trying to locate the remote and manual for the main TV, can't program the TV. I think there is a little play in the steering wheel, but it may be me. Other than those, it appears to be a great rig. Got me a 2006 Jeep Wrangler with 2600 miles on it. The lady took it in for its first oil change and traded it in for a new '07. Her loss, my gain. I got all the hitch equipment with it. This National RV 34' Tropi-Cal will work for us. Great folks here. Thanks
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Old 08-25-2007, 07:42 PM   #3
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Congrats on the new rig. Hopefully the dealer will get it back soon so that you can hit the road.

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I have a 2006 Dolphin. I had a few minor problems at first, but I am lucky that I live 20 minutes from the manufacture. I take it there for repairs and they fix it right the first time, sometimes better that in was new. If you come to southern Calif, it would be worth it to go to National RV with any remaining problems. Good luck and enjoy you rig.
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Congratulations on the new rig. We are starting to "enjoy" ours too.

Re: your repair shop, I have one too but he is closer. In fact his shop is a part of my house. HEY! Now wait a minute...
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