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  1. Boeing Guy
    I wrote to Winnebago. Still waiting for reply. If i thought I had a solid case, I would see an attorney, but as it stands, Winco paid for the mounting strap. Manchester sold me a new tank for $460. Do i think i was treated right? No, I do not. Everythign up to now (discovering the problem) is a sunk cost. After all is said and done, i will have about $800 bucks in it. Not good but not bad. MH was in storage a long time before I bought it from the widow. I knew there would be problems. I do not consider this a "normal" problem of wear and tear and non-use. I consider this a manufacturer defect. Sometimes you have to "fight the good fight", and walk away with what you can get. I have not given up, but unless i hear from Winny and can convince them to pay for labor or propane or something, it is what it is. Time to move on and not cry over spilled propane. I appreciate your concern and help.
  2. Marinelender
    Jim......I just spoke with the first guy at Winnebago who answered the phone. He was able to tell me immediately that our coach was included in the recall. Sorry, but I have no idea of his name.

    This coach was built in August of 02 according to the plate in the driver compartment.

    Have you thought about a letter to Winnebago from an attorney?

    Jim Makely

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