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Old 10-27-2014, 12:43 PM   #15
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It is a 2015 Interstate EXT. Where can we see these tank sensors that may be falling off?
A couple of pictures of one of my tank sensors that fell off and was trailing on the ground. Apparently Airstream didn't adequately clean the outside of the tank when they glued them on.
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Old 10-27-2014, 01:09 PM   #16
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A couple of pictures of one of my tank sensors that fell off and was trailing on the ground. Apparently Airstream didn't adequately clean the outside of the tank when they glued them on.
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Ever get the feeling that Quality is not Job #1 at Airstream?
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Ever get the feeling that Quality is not Job #1 at Airstream?
Despite what Ford Motor Company said in the 1980s, quality is not Job #1 anywhere. Getting paid is Job #1; otherwise it's not a job, it's charity.
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Despite what Ford Motor Company said in the 1980s, quality is not Job #1 anywhere. Getting paid is Job #1; otherwise it's not a job, it's charity.
True but if you build crap, then pretty soon you won't get paid.
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True but if you build crap, then pretty soon you won't get paid.
No argument there. But sensors falling off a tank doesn't make the product crap. The generator falling off, on the other hand…
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Well the generator exhaust clamps fell off and the black tank flush check valve was installed backwards allow w/ a myriad of other things on mine does not lead me to believe that product quality is in Airstream's vocabulary.
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