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  1. Stephen & Jeannie

    Stephen & Jeannie Read Only Funster

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    i have a 2 year old auto-trail bought from brownhills ! ( enuff sed ) and need a habitation service with particular needs for the oven and fridge and the storage batts. (2 batts empty after two nights, 110 amps and only lights used) so, where should i go ? i am prepared to travel the length of the country for an honest and reliable job, where should i go ? perhaps the dealers who are on this site can replace my faith in the industry ! help me funsters, please. :cry: :Doh: :thumb:
     
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    Why not give CLS (Mark) a go. sure he would sort it out.

    However with your battery problem sounds very much like shot battery. 1 85A will last me the weekend with lights and tv usage of a family of four.
     
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    Hi steve4kay, why not try our very own Peter at johncross m/h he is always spouting on about how good his company is, with what I think is reasonable £45 per hr labour charge,so give him a go then you can report back to all of us.I belive he has somwhere for you to park and spend the night if it is a long way to travel:Wink:Nobodys left any bad feedback (yet):Rofl1: so if the work is done at the £45 p/h as he said on here you should have no nasty surprises come settling up time :thumb:There are some others on here who may put there names forward but none spring to mind :Rofl1: It's an age thing but at 51 soon 52 I have suffered with it all my life (forgeting names that is):Rofl1:
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    :thumb: well done Peter:thumb:
    Glenn Harris sent a shiver down my spine :Rofl1: cussins name who kicked his clogs about 5 yrs ago,so now I may remember your service managers name :Rofl1:
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    I use JCM and and cannot fault them.:thumb: Overnight EHU if you need it:thumb:


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    Hi steve, we have just got back, sorry to hear you are having problems. I hope you get them sorted soon.
     
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    hiya roger, it was great to meet up in leominster and the grog locker has been replenished in caledonia !!! no problems as such with the MH i just need a service for the inside. with the batteries they drain very quickly, so i wondered if there was a short somewhere and ought to get it checked out, also the grill is running at half cock so i thought "lets get it all fixed once and for all ! " when time permits i will let all the funsters know what happened on tour !! :Eeek:
     
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    Sorry about the grog cabinet, hee hee. I thought your mate was going to fix the grill? new thermocouple wasn't it? Must get mine sorted as well. Returned to Leominster Thursday eve, but no sign of you. Have a list of improvements to carry out myself and brakes now well bedded in need re adjusting after out 1500 mile trip. More clambering underneith in the cold and wet, ah well maybe in the spring.
     
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