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Posted: 07/20/10 09:36am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank you, we contacted Nash and it's the normal configuration. Sticks out lower because of the position it is, to make it easier to get to. Looks like "operator error" on our part, not ensuring the tank valve was seated properly before use. But we're keeping an eye on it and yes, it's under warranty. Thank you as well for the Nash link.


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I too would be asking my dealer or contacting Nash. The folks at Nash are awesome to deal with. Have you checked out the Nash forum?

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yeah that sounds like warranty to me


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what does the dealer say? it is under warranty, correct?

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You have a new trailer, take it bakc for a warranty repair or call the manufacturer, Northwood, as the have exceptional customer service

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Posted: 07/18/10 08:01pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone with this model or simliar got any advice on a bent black water handle? When we bought the trailer and did our walk through, we just don't remember enough about the handle position to know if this is normal.

Just made our first trip and upon attempting to hookup to drain, got a bath...yeah...
The black water tank handle appears bent in a downward postion. Our gray tank handle is straight and close to the frame, this one is sticking out at least 3" further and bent downward, is that normal? Also can't feel any difference between open and closed. I would hate to think something is wrong so early with this trailer. I would like to include a picture but can't figure out how to upload to this site.

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