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Old 12-20-2014, 02:27 PM   #15
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I have one now courtesy of Camping World Raleigh (Garner) NC.

I told the sales manager that if the walk through upon delivery had been more thorough (ok the 5th RV I have purchased/owned I guess I thought I knew more than I did ) I would not have left the lot with it until it had a bypass so he told service to install one and winterize the unit with the antifreeze that I had brought to do this after I was shown the bypass location (unit was there for a few warranty repairs).

He was surprised the unit had no bypass since Fleetwood had sent me the plumbing schemetic showing there should be one. I guess Fleetwood does not include this unless the ordering dealer does not specify one.

Anyway Camping world looked after the bypass and I paid the winterization fee and supplied the antifreeze as I had purchased the antifreeze intending to do it myself because of the sudden unseasonable temps.

I know some posters here have not been satisfied with the Camping World 'experience' but I really have no complaints except I may have paid a little too much for my unit as I was 'underwater' when I traded my fiver but I got it done

Shirley, Steve & Myers (Choc lab)
Cary, NC
2014 Tioga Montera 25K Ford Super Duty 450 V 10 Acme Tow Dolly & Volkswagen EOS
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