There are always going to be small things that pop up, even after your warranty. It's part and parcel of owning a fiberglass box that you tow over bumpy roads for hundreds and thousands of miles. Bummer about forfeiting deposits and ruining your trip. This is why that pre-delivery inspection is so important. Not that it would catch the A/C but it would catch a lot of the aggravating small stuff. Get ready for a lot of headaches when in comes to poor quality in service, unless you are very lucky to have a great dealer. That is why most people do most of their own repairs; they want it done right, not a matter of the money. Beleive me, it's not like taking your car in for warranty work. Also, like the saying goes, you get more flies with honey. Try the nice approach first. Don't go in raging, otherwise, you'll never see your RV for you May outings. Good luck.
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