I bought a Damon 1999 for over $100,000 in May from Voyager RV in Winfield, near Kelowna, we have still not got a running RV by mid-July. We sent a 3 page letter outlining the many faults we later discovered, after that we thought we had resolved issues (they fixed several things and paid half of our gas to drive over ( 5 hours drive and a lot of gas!) and hang around while they fixed up the many things that were not working when we purchased it. We left feeling we would never recommend that anyone buy from them but then it turns out we found out about a recall on the Norkold Fridge cooler unit. This recall had been in magazines for 3 years and Voyager had signed off the Propane and and fridge unit as safe but had not done the recall replacement which is considered a fire hazard. I had to drive back over , leaving at 4 am to get there for their opening in Kelowna (I live in Nelson BC) and when I got there was told this was a simple 5 hour job. When I got back to pick up the unit, having phoned first and been told it was almost ready, there were 3 puzzled employees staring at a big mess and the whole unit was in bits. They said the recall was done but the control board was burnt out and later made out that it was nothing to do with their replacement job (it was in fact functioning when we arrived). I told then I would get a hotel as they said it would be fixed by the next day and then in the morning said it would be a week or two. My work day had already been disrupted and now my wife had to down tools (fulltime job) and prepare for a 9 hour round trip to pick me up. No offer was made of a car or ride back home. I have been back a week and they are saying it will be another two weeks before fixing and they still have made no apology or offer of recompense for our troubles. Since May we have been able to use this unti for one week (with problems) and it is now near the end of July. Is there anything you can do, we are totally new to RVing and were excited about a trip to Alaska this year (now cancelled due to no RV) and across the country next year. Right now I would be happy for Voyager to buy back the unit and we could go shopping at a more reputable dealer when we are over the trauma of this very sad introduction to RVing. Any help appreciated. John Dale, nelson BC 250-825-2235 ps we are in course of drafting a second letter to Voyager but as yet are holding off on lawyers because of expense, this was a retirement treat for myself.