It sounds like AAA-RV is a whole lot better than the free AARP Roadside Assistance included with my Hartford insurance policy.
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Boy oh boy, that is surely an understatement.Donc, got the new shelves installed also. Ain’t nothing square in that closet!You got that right, I had the same issue.
As for the fridge..norcold? Don’t overload the door with lots of heavy stuff. At the recent rally, the bottom hinge on ours just broke clean off. Plastic. Good vids on YouTube how to repair. Did ours in the campground.Oh yes, the infamous "fridge door hinge breakage" threat. I forgot about that.
..........Ron D seems to be on a good diagnostic track with his dissection and analysis of his non corroded unit. I would agree that the power handling devices he mentioned are shorted/shorting to ground, blowing fuses..........Hi Volkemon,
If you can't find them, go with truth in advertising. Someone may be happy to buy the unit knowing the jacks are bad. They might be able to do the repair themselves or they can wait until supplies are back in stock to repair them OR they may not care if they have jacks. Price accordingly. I once sold a car that wouldn't start in the rain. I was honest about it. The construction worker that bought it didn't care. He doesn't work when it rains. The car was perfect for him.I agree, but if you need to get the rig's true market value, that is achievable through everything working right as well as looking it's best.