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Old 01-28-2008, 03:51 PM   #15
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I have had service done twice with camping world and twice at dealerships and I feel that the two different camping worlds have done me better service wise but then again I did not watch the work I just look at the dealerships and how I was treated and the cost.
Some camping worlds and dealerships are combined as one and the same business.
Also my nightmare has continued at least for a few more days, went into Dixie RV in Hammond, LA today to have a sensor board replaced and it was ordered a week ago. Wrong board. Correct one will be there some time tomorrow they say. That will make my third trip to Dixie for repairs in a months time. 60 miles round trip is a pain when one figures 10 gallons of gas per trip.
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Sounds like a normal trip to me!
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Old 03-04-2008, 04:03 PM   #17
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Thought I would bring this up to date.
When we were at Dixie RV the 28th of January they did not have the board as I had said in an earlier post but they also supposedly repaired my leaking slideout. First rain we had it leaked still and yet and I called them on it and they said they did not fix the leak and did not even look at it. The people claimed they did till it leaks.
OK so we go back in Feb and finally get the sensor replaced. Would not let them do anything but that and I paid them and hit the road.
Enroute to Dixie I was not aware but my side storage door lock popped and lost two tool boxes, an extension cord, a new tube of dicor and a couple of other items.
OK so we head to Utah and make it with little or no problems but get home to the coldest weather in 37 years with the most snow in 22 years.
On the second day home our ice maker does not shut off the water and it fills the freezer and fridge with water. We end up with a couple of inches on the floor we have to clean up as well as having to chuck a bunch of food.
Was supposed to be a short stay for the wife and I to get some Dr and dentist appts for annuals done. We come down with the flu and get stuck here till the end of April.
Lastly a couple of days ago I went out to drain the tanks and the sewer lines were plugged in the RV park. Cannot get to it till the next day. OK next day they come in and clear the lines. But due to the cold now my sewer hose is full of crap and its frozen solid from the day before when we tried to drain. So I unhook the hose to move it into the sunshine and try to defrost it so we can drain the tanks. And forgot about the stuff that was still in the main line that was not froze. What a mess. Anyway because of the freezing we found that the hose had torn in three places and we had to replace it as well.
It has been fun for sure. If it weren't for bad luck don't think I would have any luck at all.
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