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Old 06-24-2003, 04:42 AM   #1
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What would you do at this point?

Hello happy Montana owners. I had to cut my trip short to the East coast of FL (still making those weekend trips to help the parents) this weekend to rush home in case I had to pull Miss Montana out of the RV park due to heavy rain on the West Coast. Luckily the rising water stopped just short of needing to do that. That was one big "Whew!"

For those of you who have been following my posts about problems I have had with my Monatana. I have a new question for you as I am very discouraged and tired and need some rational input.

I came home to find not only had the kitchen and bedroom slide leaks returned, including the Mushrooms growing in the bedroom, but the carpet all along the front of the sofa was wet.

May 24 marked my first year of ownership and it's been a year of one problem after another. Although Keystone has stepped up to the plate and sent RV Techs out when my dealer did not fix all the problems, I'm concerned about them just sending another Tech out with a tube of slicone and doing some more "patching". I'm concerned because I feel the leaks have never really gone away and it takes a very heavy rain for the leak to show up on my carpet. So I'm thinking the wood underneath has been continually wet everytime it rains. None of these leaks show water damage on the cieling or the walls. At this point I am very concerned about rotting wood under the carpet.

I cannot just take a week off and pull 200 miles to the dealer and I like I said, I still need to make trips over to the East coast weekly. (not towing)

If any of you had the problems I have had, how would you approach Keystone at this point and what would you expect them to do? I'm still dealing with broken day/night shades but since my mother's stroke have not had the time to address that little problem again. I'm one month out of warranty.

I have so far, resisted the urge to go balistic and thought I would get some input from you.

I welcome any suggestions on how any of you would proceed.



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2002 2880RL (Miss Montana) towed by 2001 Dodge diesel 3500 (LadyRam)
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