All things considered, the potential to lose use of the RV for months scares me. I'm also at a disadvantage because mine is currently on a seasonal spot. I haven't registered it yet because I'm not towing. Registration would have been about $1,800 in New Hampshire when I bought it so I had it delivered. This year it's down to about $1,200. I also don't have a truck to tow it and transport company is $100 to leave the yard, $3.00 per mile and tip.
I'm lucky that I'm handy. I can't do finish work to save my life. I'm hoping if the weather clears this weekend that I can take a picture of the volt meter on the leads to the motor showing 12 volts. Then take pictures as I disassemble it, (more to remember how to put the new one back in). If they have one in stock, I may just pay for it if the claim is going to take too long to process and then they can take the replacement one that comes in. They probably don't have any though.
2016 Cruiser 315RL
2012 Ford F350 King Ranch diesel SRD