Phoenix, AZ asked in Products Liability and Lemon Law for Arizona

Q: Bought an rv that was to bein excellent shape. Tires 1yr old advetized are 4yrs n blew out many expensive things wrong.

New tires 1yr ago as advertized are 4yrs old. Gas ignotor on fridge doesnt work. Plumbing leaks..hide snake for pipes..found it later...roof antenna is cominf off..motor in awning is bent..7prong wire for trailer is rotted..a/c doesnt get below 90 even at night. Slide out isnt square-she didnt put it all the way water inlet leaks..costs so far in parts over 1,000.00. Labor and taking it in not included. Paid 100.00 to neighbor maitence man for help on issues small and able to get fixed. Ad says excellent condition and new tires a yr stamp is '13. What can i do. Fauld advertzing for sure! I bought it in gila county

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Products Liability Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: Date stamp means date of manufacture--person could conceivably have purchased them before. I don't see a case as you buy it as is. "Excellent condition" is that person's opinion.

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