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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 16-10-2020, 11:19 Thread Starter
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Hmm, I live in Keighley, we rejected a van a year or two ago because it had webasto gear in it, and the nearest company who could fix it would have been Doncaster, what is the company in Keighley?
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We got this from a Webasto locator website:

http://www.dpeel.co.uk

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Hmm, didn't know they did Webasto, good news for you though, I know Richard Peel and his staff and also John Cubitt who owns the whole show, it is where I go for all my repairs, you will be in good hands, I dare say it will be Terry who will do the job on yours, slow but steady, and really knows his stuff.
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Hmm, didn't know they did Webasto, good news for you though, I know Richard Peel and his staff and also John Cubitt who owns the whole show, it is where I go for all my repairs, you will be in good hands, I dare say it will be Terry who will do the job on yours, slow but steady, and really knows his stuff.

Thanks Kev, that's really good to know.

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Looking at your post re handover and after, I hope it hasn't put you off the MH?

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Looking at your post re handover and after, I hope it hasn't put you off the MH?
No, we're trying really hard to be positive because (as long as it works OK) we think it's the right van for us at this stage of our motorhoming. We won't really know though how well it works for us until we can go away in it. When we slept at Clumber Park we used our thick mattress topper from the fixed bed in the Knaus. It was comfortable but is too bulky for normal use as we'd need to pack it up and get it out each day. If we'd been going away in the van this weekend we'd have tried the two duvets method - one underneath and one on top. If that's not right we’ll have to think again, perhaps two single thinner toppers/duvalay thingies. The boiler problem just delays things. It would have been good to be out there enjoying it while we're still in early Autumn.

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