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Old 07-10-2011, 10:16 AM   #15
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Hate to be the bearer of bad news but we have an '03 Itasca with the 7.5 kw Quiet Diesel in our MH. About two months ago I was running it as I do every month and it clunked and quit. Took it to our factory Onan people and it ended up being a defective stator/fan assembly to the tune of $2,000 to repair (out of warranty, of course). With only 289 hours on the clock, I couldn't figure out why this happened. The repair guy said epoxy used to clue the magnets in the 'older' units was defective and one had come off and destroyed the stator. Fan assembly and stator, $1,400, and rest labor. Thankfully the new parts have new and improved epoxy so it should last much longer. Hope I haven't ruined your day.

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