Man I know I replied to this already, but somehow it’s gone. Anyway I’ll write it up again, so with the new trailer after a couple of bugs it was fine,1st off I was filling up the fresh water tank and noticed the water was draining out on the ground, this happened in my driveway so it wasn’t a big problem, they forgot to put the plugs in the drain lines. I went back and got the plugs and put them in. No problem. (This is gonna be a long post, so hang with me)sucks ya got skunked man... how about your new camper at least, no problems or nothing?
got to detail a buddys bike tonight.... and installed some accent lighting...
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I get to my camp spot, set everything up. The next morning I get up turn on the hot water heater, brush my teeth and did a couple of other thing and left before it got light. I come back to camp in the early afternoon and noticed water on the ground underneath the trailer, I do some looking and found out the dealership didn’t put the fuckin plug in the hot water heater and because I left the water heater on it pumped at all 40 gallons of water, needless to say I was pretty pissed off. Here I am 20 miles out.I had a couple of gallons of bottled water so I was OK for the next morning, I called my buddy’s dad and he had a new one and I could come out and get it. I called the dealership and told him that this was what was gonna happen I was coming into town to get the plug that they didn’t put in after they claimed to go through the trailer and make sure everything was all good to go.
Then I had to run to my house and get a couple of water jugs that I had 5 gallon water jugs, I picked up the new plug at the dealership took it back to my buddies dad’s house filled up my water jugs and was able to fill up my trailer with those a couple of times it took (I guess it didn’t drain all the water out),it was enough to get me threw the season. I know it’s a long post, so I’ll give you guys part2 in a little bit, my freaking head hurts just remembering it, but there is more