And yes, we got some of our money back...the cost of the transmission fluid mainly....So, this time we are armed and dangerous! No, we are not carrying weapons or ammo....We are armed with knowledge and questions. Sparky and Eldo are going to be visiting the service bay, asking questions, poking our noses into their business and making sure we have a quote BEFORE they start working. We're going to be probably the biggest pains in their patooties they have ever had. (Is that a real word? asks E. Now, Sparky, he says, I don't think we have to be THAT big a pain in the a**. ) Well, ok, honey, I will be a little one. I can be a big pain, if necessary. As I've gotten older, I've gotten a whole lot better at sticking up for what I feel is right. And if somebody is doing somebody wrong, I don't have a problem sticking my nose in it and trying to make it right! That's what comes with age, the ability to speak your mind and not care what other people think! (Geesh, she's really not that hard on people, folks! Just me!) I'm not a you-know-what about it, I politely and firmly state my reasoning/solution/ fix as to what might be a fair solution and if that doesn't work, I rant and rave! Seriously, I write letters next to the chain of command until I get somewhere. So here we go and here's how it all came out in the laundry......
|Leaving the high desert country|
While we were rearranging everything back in its place after driving here, we noticed a fair sized crack in the refrigerator floor on the top section. Something during our travels in the last few places fell and hit the lining so hard it cracked it. It looks like a can lid could have made the crack. I'm assuming the floor of the top fridge section is fiberglass (?) and we're going to have to figure out a solution to sealing the crack with the cold and all. We don't want any other liquids or anything like that to get down into the crack and grow mold! We used to use those refrigerator bars in the old motorhome but this fridge is a residential one and the opening width is extremely wide from side to side with no center divider. Maybe I'll have to get some plastic baskets to hold loose items so they don't go rolling and crashing into the door as we ride down the highway.
|Heading towards the Wenatchee Mountains, WA|