Oh man, I'm in on this one... our residential fridge just died...A compressor remove and replace later we are back in business. A local appliance repair shop did the job for $700. It may sound expensive, but for what it would take to get the fridge out and a new one back in the rig I gladly paid it!
We put a fan in the pantry to help cool it and hopefully keep it from happening again!
Our last 2013 Tiffin (approx 34K miles) had us down for:
Bad hydraulic pump ground which fried the neautrals on the pump (missing ground wire from the factory) Warranty
Bad Kwikee step motor - Warranty
Bad Schwintek motor on our kitchen slide - Warranty
Bad refridgerator (we must not be living right...) - Warranty
Bad crank position sensor wiring harness (towed 50 miles to get this fixed) - Warranty
Leaking water heater installation seal (RTV fix) - Self
Bad furnace overtemp switch - Self
Squealing furnace motor (replaced motor) - Self
Burned up auto transfer switch (you would think we'd learn) - Self
Bad slide out Hydraulic pump cylinder - warranty
Winnebago Access- 12K miles
We had cold spots inside the coach in cold weather and venting issues after a hot shower...but never had anything break. We only had this one about 3 or 4 months but she had a good run for us.
Our Vacationer (approx 65K miles) had us down for:
Bad hydraulic pump (replaced twice under warranty)
Bad engine water pump (shelled out the power steering pump and radiator. Towed 300 miles) - Warranty
Never ending dash air not working problems - just never worked...
Burned up auto transfer switch - Self
Wet bay heater never worked - just never worked...
This is / was a great platform... I can't believe the gas rear pusher never took off.
Coachman Santara (approx 30K miles? I really can't remember)
Slide out, out of adjustment. Center'd slide out.
Leaking front light due to contact with a live turkey crossing the road...I got drenched after a heavy rain that night after said impact with Turkey...RTV fixed it right up.