Replace bushings on slide of my 2001 Itasca Suncruiser. It took 3 weeks to do what had been done in 4 days in 2003. After waiting 4 hours on our
appopintment day, they had no part number, no phone number and no cost. Five minutes after returning home, I had all of the above on-line
from Winnebago and passed it along to Camping World. We are full timers, so would have liked our motorhome to be locked when not being
worked on. Pointed out to staff on several return trips to pick up items we needed for the month they had the motorhome, we found it unlocked.
One time main entrance was locked, but drivers door was unlocked. On one occasion the keys were in the ignition. We were told the keys had a
place in the building when not being worked on. On another occasion it was running behind the shop. Temperature gauge showed operating
temperature, so it had been running for a while. Motorhome was not plugged in, so batteries would die. We were told one of the first things that
takes place is the house battery switch is turned off. The only time the switch was off during our visits was when we went back the last time to
pick up the motor home. Original batteries lasted 10 years. These ones replaced lasted 3.
After we returned to our parking place on July 19th, I noticed the entry door was not as we left it. The screws were not in their original position
and the door overlapped the frame. We could see daylight from inside. I was told the door was not removed to replace the cooling unit on the
refrigerator. (Which probably didn't work only because the batteries died.) Electric wires were wrapped around a hot pipe in the outside
compartment of the refrigerator. There was no drip cup either as before. The motor home was plugged in the last day to make sure the replaced
cooling unit was working properly. It is believed the house battery switch had finally been turned off because the battery gas produced, since they
would not charge, kept the alarm going constantly.