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Its not my season 1 week 1 day ago #455919

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Beginning of the season started ok until second outing in which we had bought a air type porch awning , tried it at home and all seemed ok, got on site and the pump decided not work, as it is under warranty did think of going back to dealer but that meant a 160 mile round trip. Fortunately a fellow camper came to the rescue . The dealer later replaced with new one. Next holiday down to Cornwall , stopped in layby for a drink where upon a lady came up to enquire did I know about charging her phone, no problem I said going to our car, as we got to it the car moved or seemed to, looked up where my wife has got out of the caravan and she is looking at the rear of caravan.The lady had not put her hand brake on. At the end of holiday heading towards our last stop on a farm there was a loud band and we came to a halt. The caravan wheel had gone down a pot hole and the mover had hit the ground and also went into the tyre..So repairs to caravan is being done 20/9, the Reich mover required a new spindle which took four weeks to come. Lastly went for a week fishing and the Reich tap started leaking at the join to tap body. Sent for new joint which took at least 1 minuet to fit and went to screw the tap spout on to it when the fitting which comes out of tap of the spout broke off. Sent for new tap which they say might come 13/8.
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Its not my season 1 week 1 day ago #455932

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Talk about unucky for some ! :unsure: but I wish I had never read this post now as after reading someone elses misfortune last week about the lock coming apart , mine fell apart the next day !!
I dread to think what'll happen now ! Thank god mines back in storage though !!
Hope it gets better from now on & watch out for those pot holes .

Craig
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the round table some day ! ( sorry but can't get the Pink writing on my phone !!) ?
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Its not my season 1 week 1 day ago #455972

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All sounds fairly normal to me. :P
Shogun 3.2 SG3 (197) tugging Stirling Continental 530
(Im a caravanner - if it aint broke -it will be tomorrow.)
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Its not my season 1 week 8 hours ago #456010

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Possibly it is a good idea to get all your problems over in one year. We usually find we have a couple each year but you never know what is coming next.
Ray
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Its not my season 4 days 22 hours ago #456137

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Sorry to hear your mishaps. We all go caravanning to chill and these things spoil that. It happens to all of us but I try to think positive and remember those folks who have ill health. It doesn't really help but I try........
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