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Old 06-28-2020, 04:17 PM   #29
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Freezing your butt off if the furnace is not running. That seems to be the case of most RV's. I would have expected an Arctic Fox to be much easier to heat than most.
Kinda very surprised the furnace needs to run so much in a small space.
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I know the OP is long gone, but I canít help but comment. 2019 model, so the warranty is probably up, then he emails the president of the company. Really? About a fridge that the presidents company doesnít manufacture? That to me is his only problem.

Carpet on the ceiling? What, did you miss that when you looked before buying? Thermostat location in relation to the ducts, ditto.

No duct in the bathroom? Thatís it, Iím walking!

Furnace runs constantly! @#%! Hey, at least it works! Our motorhome is in the shop as I type this for a furnace issue. Iím waiting for them to call with the estimate, praying itíll be under 1K.

This guys in over his head and wonít admit it.
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I guess everybody is missing the point. Nevermind, I won't post here again.
Probably a very good idea
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Old 06-28-2020, 05:33 PM   #32
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I guess everybody is missing the point. Nevermind, I won't post here again.
You stated you have other things going on so might as well let it all go, which leads the readers to believe your financial situation is in turmoil. Whichever you choose, sounds like the outcome will not end well.

Good luck in your decision.
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wow, interesting
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Old 06-28-2020, 07:36 PM   #34
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Thank god I bought a 1996 SunLine truck camper. All the issues were worked out when I bought it 2019. Highly on likely the camper had issues, nothing was ever used, or it was very well taken care of.. I showed people the inside of this camper, and said oh my god, its still new yet inside..... I search and waited for a buy like this, for almost 5 yrs. But yes I can understand that mans frustrations. Its not the company's fault that this Virus came along, and the problems could be very small and repaired with common sense . I just bought a brand new F 250 super duty pickup, Will I take it back to the dealer for a Oil Change I think not.... I don't trust people I don't know.....
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