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Old 04-27-2013, 02:17 PM   #1
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Airstream Electrician in S. California needed

Hi, Does anyone know of a good AS electrician that is driving distance to Thousand Oaks, CA? Thousand Oaks is half way between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles off the 101 Freeway.
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Old 04-28-2013, 03:53 PM   #2
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What do you need to have done?

There is Airstream of LA in San Gabriel

Area 63 in Orange

MEL Trailers in Orange.

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As Bill said, it depends on what needs work or repairing... Some items could be handled by any competent RV service shop (key word being "competent"), and a few things (like Air Conditioner installs, or adding light fixtures..) better left to someone familiar with Airstream wiring practices between the inner and outer walls. Similarly, familiarity with tail and running lights is higher at Airstream shops, but pretty much any shop can trace and repair problems with electric brakes or power supply/charger...

Two Airstream only specialized repair shops in LA Area are C&G Trailer Service in Bellflower and Inland RV near Ontario, a bit further east...
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C & G AS Trailer Service out of Bellflower CA does good work and is reasonable. And of course, don't forget your local good ol' CampingWorld !
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I have heard that Inland RV no longer has repair service, just parts.

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As Bill said, it depends on what needs work or repairing... Some items could be handled by any competent RV service shop (key word being "competent"), and a few things (like Air Conditioner installs, or adding light fixtures..) better left to someone familiar with Airstream wiring practices between the inner and outer walls. Similarly, familiarity with tail and running lights is higher at Airstream shops, but pretty much any shop can trace and repair problems with electric brakes or power supply/charger...

Two Airstream only specialized repair shops in LA Area are C&G Trailer Service in Bellflower and Inland RV near Ontario, a bit further east...
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Thanks everyone. Figured out issue finally. I just drained my batteries (duh!). Looks like our solar doesn't work, but our new batteries work great once I actually charge them properly. Going to C&G on friday to get solar fixed!
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