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Try to keep athe glass is 1/2 full perspective.
Wires up against the exhaust is a simple fix.
While I understand your aggravation as long as the fix is simple take care of it and move on. Its when the fixes are not so simple that the real problems begin! Hopefully the entire rig will be sorted out before long and you can forget about all your new RV blues.


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Alex and Tee wrote:

La Mesa tech came out and found TWO lines to the front right jack melted from being up against the exhaust system. It seems people either have no brains or take no pride in workmanship.


Or both...


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So much for Tiffin quality!


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dodge guy wrote:

So much for Tiffin quality!


Curious if this is a result of Thor buying Tiffin or COVID or both. We may never know. Wonder if any other new Tiffin owners are having issues.


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Can I not catch a freakin' break here???

Now I have a pin hole leak in the Truma Hot Water heater!!!

Arrgghhhhh!!!!


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Your Tiffin sounds like my parents was - it never anything big but it was always something!

Good luck, hopefully yours gets ironed out.

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I understand your frustration! Surely the water heater is under warranty? Sounds like it all should have been except the gen set oil change.


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Yes it is all warranty repairs but it has caused much disruption to our plans of visiting family and friends before our relocation to Phoenix and loss of hundreds of dollars of prepaid park stays that have had to be canceled last minute due to having to stay within proximity of our dealers mobile tech service radius.

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I certainly understand that. They should reimburse you for your expenses but I am sure they will not do that. It seems like I hear of a lot of new motor homes that cause a lot of problems!

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We had the mobile techs out first thing this morning. They fixed the leak in the Truma Aqua Hot (something loose and just required tightening), they removed the two hydraulic hoses and had new ones made at a local shop. Were back, installed, system bled and tested all before lunch. Kudos to the LaMesa service team!!

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