We recently purchased a 2011 Georgetown 337XL DS, 33' RV coach. Honestly, so far, we enjoy the coach; however, we're fixing one issue after another. Hopefully soon, we'll have the "bugs" worked out. It had about 13,400 miles when we purchased the coach.
LATEST PROBLEM--HAVE YOU EXPERIENCED THIS
The ceiling in the coach seems to be a vinyl material that was glued to the plywood roof (or some similar word structure). The vinyl ceiling is soft to the feel and appears to be an off-white color.
Throughout the front section of the coach, the ceiling material appears to be glued to the wood ceiling. Additional ceiling attachments help to hold it into place (i.e., light fixtures, A/C ceiling vents, and speakers for the sound system.
The front section over the driver/shotgun seats have only speaker ceiling attachments. There is a strip that seems intended to cover the gap between the front ceiling section to the next ceiling section.
We're currently on the road. We noticed that the front section seems to be sagging and pulled away from the strip running from one side of the cab area to the other.
We assume the glue is giving way thereby causing the ceiling material to come loose and the ceiling to sag like a bubble.
Have you experienced anything like this? If yes, how did you fix it?
ADDITIONAL PROBLEM -- A/C VENTS IN THE CEILING
When the A/C system is turned on, the ceiling vents do NOT open to allow air to come out throughout the RV. At this point, we've solved the problem by sticking small wads of toilet paper into the opening vents to keep the vents open.
Any suggestions for how to solve the A/C vent staying opening problem.
We've gotten great feedback from the forum so far. We look forward to further helpful comments.
I'm a bit surprised that a coach that is supposed to be the quality of Georgetown has this many problems. Is this normal? Should be we be thinking "lemon.'