repair time question

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  1. djblu883

    djblu883 DIS Veteran

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    Hey folks I have to take the TT in for warranty work...got a roof leak!!! now the question...in times past I've had different experiences with thefts from my cmaper when it's been left for work...this time its going to be in for while I think...DO I take everything out of it to leave it or leave it in and hope for the best...i even had all my spoons stolen once....wine....well what ya think???
     
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  3. Pirate-Jeff

    Pirate-Jeff DIS Veteran

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    Stuff can't be stolen if it not in there.
     
  4. djblu883

    djblu883 DIS Veteran

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    lol true
     
  5. AuburnJen92

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    I know it is a lot of work to unload it, but it is also a lot of money to replace it too.
     
  6. djblu883

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    yup...PITA but guess I'll do it lol....shame ya can't trust folks to leave what's not theirs alone:mad:
     
  7. ntsammy5

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    why not try putting in some traps?
     
  8. clkelley

    clkelley <font color=purple>I squealed really loud!!<br><fo

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    I took out everything that wasn't bolted down when I took mine in for warranty work. Thank goodness my oldest is no longer living at home. I needed a place to put it all!!!
     
  9. disney4dan

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    Man, I never thought of that this spring when I brought the TT in for new wheels!

    Luckily, nobody wanted the cheap junk we use :lmao: !

    Although, the mechanic really wanted my old tires (they looked like new but were 7 years old and I did not trust them for our trip to the Fort this August). I kept them for our utility trailer.
     
  10. tungpo1

    tungpo1 Golf Cart Guy

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    WOW that is terrible, if they did that to me I guess I would just burn that place to the ground or maybe someone would get a serious beating, either way I'm sure I would be in jail.
     
  11. stacktester

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    Remind me to not steal anything from you lmao.:scared:
     
  12. djblu883

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    :rotfl2: :rotfl:
     
  13. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure!

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    We have had 3 TT over 8 years. Any time we have gotten repairs everything was left inside and this last time was a brand new 23' LCD TV in the closet [ which I meant to remove] and not one thing has ever been stolen.
     
  14. LarryJ

    LarryJ Dedicated FW 1600 "Looper"

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    I just went thru this last March when I had to have my front cap replaced under warranty and I removed all valuables and piliferable (SP?) including things like my BBQ, crockpot, clothes, spare parts, and storage bay items and left most of the other stuff like pots/pans/dishes, but I did take a pic of each drawer and cabinet the morning we took it up just in case.

    Larry
     

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