I have had the GSESP Gold Plan on my 2004 Safari Zanzibar for several years.
Last year I had a bad “chatter” in the front Dometic Penguin heat pump fan. The fan blades were contacting the metal housing and I was afraid if not fixed, it may cause a fire. The shop where I took it routinely handles GSESP work said the claim was refused because the a/c was not “broken” and repairable.
I paid a significant amount to get this repaired; however, this spring the same “chatter” has returned. The shop says the claim may still be refused, but if the a/c is replaced, the entire electronic system will have to be replaced because the new units utilize different technology.
I have 2 questions: (1) now that I have paid for repairs that did not work, will GSESP replace this defective a/c? And if so, (2) will GSESP pay for the electronic system conversion required for the a/c replacement?
Thanks for your response.
Sounds as if I need to check the following:
Hose - Extend
Air Filter & Fittings
Spring time check-up is due and all will be done. If I have missed anything please let me know.
Thanks for all the valuable input.
They DID replace the dip-stick just after purchase and with a one that was not marked... so they marked it. I always wondered if they guessed, but this problem has never happened so I thought they got it right.
I will do the refill "test" when I change in a few weeks and see if the problem disappears.
I have a 2004 40’ Safari motorhome with a Cummins 370 engine which I purchased new and it has 47,000 miles.
Last fall while traveling from Lake Guntersville State Park in central Alabama to the Talladega Speedway I noticed a considerable amount of oil splattered on the front of my toad. It appeared to have come from the tube under my engine, which I believe is called a “slobber” or “blow-by tube”.
This is ”hilly” country and I used the Pac-Brake a lot; however, this route is certainly not as steep as the Smokies that we have traveled without this problem. I always top-off the oil before a trip and never over fill it.
What do you think?