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We just purchased a brand-new class A motorhome from a Camping World.The transfer switch died after two days.

This meant the generator is useless unless we have shore power. We travel to campsites that have no hookups, and given it is June/July (the middle of summer) our camper is useless! It's too hot not to have AC and the overhead bunk and microwave can't function. You would think this problem would have been taken care of ASAP given this unit just rolled off the lot.

Nothing could be farther from the truth. We are several weekends into our new camper for the summer and have yet to be able to use it. Of course the payment bill has already come in. We have called regarding the part on order and all we get is a voice recorder.

When we do reach someone we are told the part has been expedited and should be here in a couple days… But it never shows up!

A motorhome is one of the largest purchases of our lives and yet we can get the brand new unit functioning!Don't walk away from this company… Run!

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Among RVers, Camping World has a horrible reputation.Would serve you well if you have other issues to find another RV service center to deal with your warranty work.

You do not have to go to the place you bought it. I live in Hendersonville, and used to go to a place called Richards RV in SC..I think it was Greer or Greenville. They are a warranty station for most of the separate components that are liklely in your RV, like fridge, furnace, generator, etc. Once you get everything working like it should, this part of the experience will be behind you.

However, sometimes CW is good for things like sewer hoses, etc if they have better prices than Amazon....Alternatively, you could call a mobile RV tech and pay retail and just get it done. If you are sure it is the switch, you can likely change it out yourself with just some patience and maybe a friend who knows a bit about wiring.

If you can find the identical part and install it yourself, it may be worth it rather than waiting weeks or months.The switch in my RV is about 400 dollars new...

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