Our Parts Department is fully stocked with over 10,000 parts. We are also the largest supplier of Coleman parts in Maine. Call of the Wild RV Center has an award winning Service Department recognized by Fleetwood Industries with their Circle of Excellence Customer Satisfaction Award every year since 1992. Where else but at Call of the Wild RV Center can you see customer service ratings like these!
Maine licensed and RVIA certified technicians are on hand to service most brands of RVs, appliances and your towing needs. Our professional service and parts department staff are here to help you Monday - Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Here is a list of the more commonly asked maintenance questions we receive. If you can't find the answer to a question you have, feel free to contact us.
Q. Do I have to do anything to the rubber roof on my trailer? It says I have a 12 year warranty.
A. You will find that the warranty applies to the the rubber roof material itself. The customer is responsible for checking the seams around roof vents and any other accessories that protrude through the roof. Our best advice is to check the seams every year and reseal them every three years whether it needs it or not.
Q. At the end of the season, is there anything I have to do before I put my camper away?
A. This is a big one, so I have broken it down in to a few categories to make it easier.
We recommend winterizing your camper by pumping a "good" nontoxic antifreeze through your water lines. Something that will properly lubricate your valves but will not leave an odor behind. Take care of any food particles that may be left behind to help prevent rodents from wanting to enter your camper. It is also a good idea not to park in tall grassy areas for the same reason.
As far as covering your unit with anything like a tarp, check manufacturers specifications to see if it is recommended. If you do cover your unit with a tarp, take care not to wrap your unit up too tightly causing condensation problems.
When storing your unit outside, we recommend cranking the front up above level to let water run off easier. You should also check your unit on a regular basis for leaks or possible problems that may occur during outside storage. Make sure you keep roof clean of heavy snow loads. How often you do this will depend on the heft of snow or ice build up. It's also a good idea to put crumpled up news paper in your refrigerator to absorb moisture and help prevent mold build up. You should also leave the door partialy open.
Store your battery in a warm, dry place so it wont freeze and keep it charged. We recommend marking your battery terminals to make spring hookup easy and correct.
Q. How often do I need to grease my wheel bearings?
A. The manufacturer's say every 2000 miles or every year, which ever comes first, to prevent moisture buildup.