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RE: Thor Super C (Chateau/Four Winds) improvements and mods

Well this is not new, but it's new to me sense all the rain we had earlier this year. My heater vent (on outside) has the luvers going the wrong direction, so in heavy rain, it just funneled right into the heater compartment and flooded the circuit board - no heater. Eveyone was really great about it, I talked to Thor, they sent me the new cover along with the decals, I then talked to Atwood and they OKed a service center doing all the labor plus a new circuit board. Done within two days, after I got all the parts which took about a week and a half. I've been out of warranty for 3 months as well, but...the heater is good for two years.
Yosemitebobr 03/07/17 08:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thor Super C (Chateau/Four Winds) improvements and mods

I also have the 33SW, but I had a leak in the water pump almost a year ago, and when I found it (at that time) it was a lose connection, and my converter was right next to the pump as yours is. Well guess what, it shorted out the converter. I moved the converter after that to a higher location and out of the way. You might want to check into that yourself.
Yosemitebobr 11/30/16 09:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thor 33sw Water Leak in Storage Compartment

Mine leaked too, until I ran a bead of silicon all around the point of contact of the basement attachment points and I ran another bead on the inside - no more leak. In rain the tires threw the water right up to the underside of your motorhome right where the basement units are attached. They have foam, but it's a hit or miss, and usually a miss with the foam being in the right place when they attach them. Mine have been that way for a year now and no leaks. I drive to Washington a lot from California, so lots of rain.
Yosemitebobr 11/02/16 05:23pm Class C Motorhomes
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