Originally Posted by Lloyd
If you follow up on it with your dealer or Cross Roads, I wouldn't be surprised if they blame it on the extreme cold.
It may have been the cold weather but more likely a manufacturing issue, perhaps combined with the cold. There are thousands upon thousands of rv's in this part of the country that hibernate outside throughout the winters so it's unlikely just the cold alone that has caused this.
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