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    Posted: 20 Apr 2021 at 3:41pm
Hello, apologies for resurrecting/hijacking an older thread, but I didn't want to start a new one on the same subject.
My wife and I are looking at a new trailer, and the 202 is on the short list. I saw a couple of posters on this thread had ordered and/or received a 202 so I was wondering if they have any complaints, comments or ???? Even if we ordered one now it would be a wait for it to be built.
We have an A-Frame camper that we had to completely rebuild that we are using now, so this would be a big step up in size for us.

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We bought a 202 in Dec. of 2020.  Second trip out the tv fell off the wall and broke (inadequate installation at factory), the refrigerator (Dometic) ruptured a line and filled interior with ammonia gas, and check valve to outside exploded and filled kitchen area interior with water (we caught it right away).  Dealer fixed everything.  Love the layout.  Hopefully all problems are fixed.  

What I do not like are the little tray tables that go into the couch arms - too small and angled way down.  I'd love to find an alternative tray.  
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Originally posted by Texas RPOD

We bought a 202 in Dec. of 2020.  Second trip out the tv fell off the wall and broke (inadequate installation at factory), the refrigerator (Dometic) ruptured a line and filled interior with ammonia gas, and check valve to outside exploded and filled kitchen area interior with water (we caught it right away).  



Am curious as to what line ruptured?  What caused it to rupture?  Were you able to see where the line was compromised?  My Dometic, after 10 years, developed a small leak that caused the ammonia gas to escape, thus it had to be retired.  Am sure you had to get a new one to replace yours, as I did as well.

Glad to hear your dealer took care of everything.  If only they took care of the 'details' at the factory, none of this would have happened in the first place.
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Did not see it.  Dometic replaced it.  
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