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I've broken down in ........ does anyone know a .............?

Often seen similar posts from those stuck with language difficulties and looking for somewhere that will fix something on the habitation side.

I have used the ProMobil app in the past it lists Aires etc and what it calls "partners" ie specialist businesses such as truma dealers thoughout Europe.

Just installed one that shows MH dealers, the marques they do and a link through to their website, email and tel no. Called camper-pro

Neither in English but hey you can't have everything

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Well this is interesting. I started a thread in 2013 about compiling a list of useful dealers abroad and Ive been trying to find it. It was called "Useful motorhome traders abroad. PLEASE CONTRIBUTE." Can I find it on here? Nope.

Its not in my list and I started it on the 7th July 2013. I Can find it outside the forum on google here but it will not let me access it all as I dont have sufficient privileges even though I started it and Im a full member. Can anyone else find it or get into it.

https://www.motorhomefacts.com/forum-...wresult-1.html


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Well this is interesting. I started a thread in 2013 about compiling a list of useful dealers abroad and Ive been trying to find it. It was called "Useful motorhome traders abroad. PLEASE CONTRIBUTE." Can I find it on here? Nope.

Its not in my list and I started it on the 7th July 2013. I Can find it outside the forum on google here but it will not let me access it all as I dont have sufficient privileges even though I started it and Im a full member. Can anyone else find it or get into it.

https://www.motorhomefacts.com/forum-...wresult-1.html
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The link opened for me.

Have you tried clicking on your own link?

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The link opened for me.

Have you tried clicking on your own link?

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And me but won't allow access beyond page 1 ? @MHFAdmin

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And me but won't allow access beyond page 1 ?

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I did not try beyond P.1 first time, but it is the same for me.

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I used the ProMobil app in earnest in Portugal when the kitchen tap handle broke. It directed me to a motorhome repairer in Albufeira.
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I can't find either of these apps in the Apple App Store (there is a ProMobil app, but just a paid download of the German magazine of that name) - I assume they're Android apps?

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I can't find either of these apps in the Apple App Store (there is a ProMobil app, but just a paid download of the German magazine of that name) - I assume they're Android apps?



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I can't find either of these apps in the Apple App Store (there is a ProMobil app, but just a paid download of the German magazine of that name) - I assume they're Android apps?
Yep free android apps I'm afraid. In google playstore as spelled.

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