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Old 04-24-2012, 06:22 AM   #1
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Air Conditioner repaired mid-journey

Thanks to BAYER RV in Dublin, Texas and to Steve and his service department for getting our A/C repaired while on the road in Texas yesterday.
Our capacitor blew during an electrical storm in East Texas and a call to Steve set the wheels in motion for a repair while we were at our campground in the DFW area.
Great folks!

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Old 04-24-2012, 06:57 AM   #2
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And you got to stock up on the only DR. PEPPER made the correct way.

Any plans for a surge protector? Any other damage?

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Old 04-24-2012, 07:20 AM   #3
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I second the good words on Steve at Bayer RV in Dublin, TX.
We ordered our New trailer from Steve and it was a first
class experience all around. Steve was great on helping us
get what we wanted and his shop did a really good job of
checking the trailer out when it showed up. We had absolutely
no problems with the trailer, it worked 100% perfectly.
Also, He has a great 19 ft Bambi International for sale should
anyone be interested.
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Old 04-24-2012, 07:37 AM   #4
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I've been seeing the surge protectors advertised in various publications and it seems reasonable to think they would be worth the $300 to protect from improperly wired power peds. While our voltmeter gives us a good indication as to power supplys it does nothing to protect us. I may spring for the purchase at my next opportunity. Thankfully nothing else appears to have been damaged and I shouldn't have had my laptop or A/C running during the storm anyway.

While living in Texas we traded with Steve at Bayer RV back in 2004 when we traded our motorhome for our 2004 Slide Out and we've never looked back. Since then, we've modified the Airstream several times to meet our needs and just love it. Seeing Steve and the crew again was a really good experience and it was nice to see that good guys can remain in business even during tough times for the RV industry.
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