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Sunday, July 22, 2007

RV problems haven't gone away

i bought a 2007 keystone cougar travel trailer and i noticed a burning in my eyes and throat and the salesman told me it was because the unit was new and it would go away. well it hasnt gone away and i cant even use this unit, i paid $ 23,000 for this health hazzard. ive been ripped off and i believe they should have made me aware of this before i bought it. i bought it for myself and my 26 month old son to enjoy on the weekends and now i dont want to expose him or myself to this hazard.

im thinking of filing suit against the manufactuter and the place who sold me the unit.

please help with any info you may have.

thank you

Scott B.