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RE: Stranded in Marietta, GA

Already on the hook for $2000 with no solution in sight
Ro646a 01/10/22 02:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stranded in Marietta, GA

The 4th different mobil service is now trying. They went out to locate a new dryer assy. I have no confidence that this will fix it. I have no confidence this will solve the problem. Ready to offer this RV cheap to the nearest dealet and drive my toad home.
Ro646a 01/10/22 01:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stranded in Marietta, GA

Been stranded for a week now. This is very frustrating. Georgia Truck Doctor is on the way. I hope he can figure this out.
Ro646a 01/10/22 11:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stranded in Marietta, GA

Freezing temps at night. The mobile tech went through all the air components when be was here. They are pretty confident that I need a compressor. My greatest fear is my RV getting damaged by towing. The other concern is time. Nobody so far can fit it into their schedule.
Ro646a 01/08/22 08:18am Class A Motorhomes
Stranded in Marietta, GA

We are on our way to Florida in our 99 American Dream diesel with 43000 miles. After pulling off of I75 in Cleveland, TN for a rest break, I lost pressure to my air brakes. A local tech was sent out by Good Sam, who looked everything over and said I had been on the brakes too much and I should continue on my way (I'm trying to make this brief). So we drove another 89 miles to our overnight destination in Acworth,GA. While maneuvering in the campground my brakes locked up from low air pressure and it took me an hour to build up enough pressure to move it into our space. A mobile service came and found a deteriorated filter in the air dryer, which was to have been checked by a service garage before we left on our trip. They also determined that the governor was defective and replaced it. When testing it out it first appeared to be working perfectly, with pressure building to 125 very quickly. But after several cycles of test braking, the pressures failed to recover past 60 pounds. So they checked further and found an issue with a sticking unloder in the compressor. They were unable to get a new compressor until late next week, at which time they had already scheduled work with their regular truck customers. So they did not bill me for the parts, and their labor rate was very reasonable. Now I am faced with the prospect of having it towed, possibly to a Campers Inn service location nearby (6 miles). I'm debating whether or not to attempt to drive it there in order to avoid towing. I'm more concerned about potential towing damage to my pristine old motorhome than I am about the cost of towing. Does anyone have any thoughts they would care to offer? Thanks in advance.
Ro646a 01/08/22 06:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How old is too old?

I asked a similar question for a different reason. I am contemplating whether or not I have enough driving years left to make the move to newer motorhome.
Ro646a 06/28/21 03:23pm General RVing Issues
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