On Tuesday after Memorial Day, we talked to Norris, got the word it might be 3 or 4 days to get into service since we did not have a reservation. Then we went over to Bay Diesel and got the fuel filters replaced, the generator serviced and a couple of other things.
After that, we drove over to Belmont, MS to check out the paint warehouses.
It was still filling when we had the lever in 'City Water' mode. They changed out the lever and the check valve and solved that one.
And we had some smaller items: replace/repair light switches over the PS sofa and bed, adjust a bay door, replace a fog light and adjust the front door latch.
The next day, we we back to Billy to tell him our door handle adjustment needed some more work. He said 'Mobile Team A' would get on it. Sure enough, Charlie came out and cleaned it all up and made some adjustments. It was better but still not like we thought it should be but we were OK with it.
Our two day wait to get into the Wet Bay repairs ended up being two days and we got in at noon on Friday. These guys were impressive.
These guys were impressive. They were done in 2 1/2 hours except for pulling off the painter's tape.
So we finished up with our list after 4 work days. We were pleased. It seems the new reservation system is working better than it ever has and the wet bay repairs are taking 1/2 the time it did 19 months ago. I hate having to get the wet bays fixed again but I love the fact that Tiffin picks up the tab for that. From our view - we continue to be happy customers.
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles! Until next time...