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Old 02-24-2012, 05:21 PM   #43
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Well, we got the genny back on Friday from the shop and put it back in The Beach House today, wired it up and fired it up.... Still nothing... Wasn't putting anything out, we turned it off and back on and nothing, then I remembered something the tech told me when I picked it up. He said when I start it I have to be sure to hold the start button in for 5 seconds after it starts running. I've never heard this before but as my frustration level grew I was ready to [moderator edit] can the whole thing, what difference could it possibly make if I held the button in for 5 seconds.
Well, it made all the difference in the world! I turned the gen off, let it sit for about 10 minutes and fired it up again, held the button for 5 seconds and wouldn't ya know it, we had power!!! All this headache and now we think there wasn't anything wrong with it in the first place! Ohh well, it was tuned up, serviced, and we were educated with valuable information!
How many of you know about the 5 second rule? The gen guy said you should do it with all generators, it would save people a lot of money on costly repairs. I am so happy with this outcome and to finally have a fully functional RV! Now it's time to get her ready for our maiden voyage in her for spring break in Moab towards the end of next month! Thank you all for your support!
Wow, it looks like you owe Best Auto & RV a 'retraction' and an apology.
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I disagree, in fact I've reported them to the BBB for their crooked dealings and because I have friends that work with AEG events who put on our local RV show, they've been banned from returning. I realize had they actually done anything that I would owe them an apology and a dozen roses and some chocolates and a back rub. But they lied to me and tried to cheat me and I'm young and smart so I can't imagine how many people they screw who are old and nieve.
No, they are going down, I'm on a mission!
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I disagree, in fact I've reported them to the BBB for their crooked dealings and because I have friends that work with AEG events who put on our local RV show, they've been banned from returning. I realize had they actually done anything that I would owe them an apology and a dozen roses and some chocolates and a back rub. But they lied to me and tried to cheat me and I'm young and smart so I can't imagine how many people they screw who are old and nieve.
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I can understand your frustration and failed expectations from this business. And I appreciate that you are alerting others to its shoddy customer practices. Now I have to ask, what will happen after you take them down? Will they go bye bye or will they simply emerge as a new business doing the same stuff? Being young and smart, will the end justify the effort you are putting into this? How is it going to end?
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Yes Yes, us old and nieve folks should beware. We should bring a young, smart person with us when we deal with RV repair.
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Apparently young and smart needs to learn how to spell. There is no such word as "nieve". The word he is alluding to means: young, inexperienced, green, raw, youthful, immature. How many of us old folks fit that description.
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Folks,
We are closing this thread since the objective has now turned to a vendetta. Our rules prohibit the use of this forum for bashing vendors.
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