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Old 06-04-2014, 02:16 PM   #1
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Update on Posting Two Years Ago

Two years ago I posted that we had paid for an extended warranty that went bankrupt. Murphy's Law reared it's ugly head again. Our 2010 Sunset Travel Trailer is now showing delamination in the front right corner and caused a leak. The floor in the area (front bedroom) is now soft.

With these issues, even when repaired, we won't be able to sell it for what we owe on it.

Any hopeful suggestions?

Just had to vent!
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"Accidental" fire ��



Just kidding.
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Old 06-04-2014, 02:25 PM   #3
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So no one bought any part of the company that sold the extended warranty?
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I wouldn't think that delamination would be covered anyway.
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Old 06-04-2014, 02:36 PM   #5
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Old 06-05-2014, 08:55 PM   #6
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Our 2010 Sunset Travel Trailer is now showing delamination in the front right corner and caused a leak. Any hopeful suggestions?

Just had to vent!
I believe the problem of delamination started with the leak causing it. No warranty I know of will cover damage caused by water leaking, that is lack of proper maintenance.
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Water leaks and delimitation are not covered by any extended warranty.
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Right now, your first item is to eliminate all water leaks. Then you can tackle the delamination issue. Hopefully it is not so bad it cannot be repaired. Search for the topic "delamination" and you will get many ideas from reading the threads.
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No offense, but it's technically lack of maintenance. That was a decent leak over a long period of time left unsealed.
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Thus always a good idea to get real close & personal with your roof EVERY season. I just purchase an 07 & just about ALL of the calking on the topside was cracked! Got her repaired & will check once/year.

I was offered an Extended warranty but passed. I just needed to replace the Norcold torch, Uh... correction, cooling unit. Purchase a NEW Amish built cooler & we are happy campers.
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