Because we were having so many issues with installing the ice maker in the freezer I purchased the Frigidaire extended warranty on the Frig, factoring in that it wasn't designed for bouncing down a road but being stable in a stationary house. The appliance repairman had to come out 4 times before with the assistance of the factory he finally figured out the issue, no problems since, so that one extended warranty is just for piece of mind.
The only other individual warranty issue I had on a fixture besides the TV in the bedroom but Forest River replaced that (the off brand Seiko or whatever it was didn't have a digital tuner to tune in cable channels with a cable box).
Anyway the only issue I've had since the unit went out of warranty in Feb was heading west on I70 through Kansas in April we had some pretty fierce winds hitting us broadside from the north, and there was a couple of thumps on the roof and a flash of something black flying off in the driver side view mirror. Low and behold it was the TV antenna. I looked up my paperwork and it showed a 2yr warranty, they were on sale at the time for around $119 to buy a replacement, so I called KingJack on the next business day, got put right through to the warranty guy who I explained what happened, he didn't directly call me a liar but he said something like no way the wind could have caused that, you're not the first person to drive on I-70 in the wind. He said it was likely caused by a low hanging branch sweeping it off. Well he said to take some pics and send them to him. So I sent the pictures below in an email to him stating there is no way a branch dart out from the side and took out the antenna without leaving so much as a scratch or mar on the AC cover or vent cover right behind the antenna. Within 5 minutes I received a reply that they would send me a new unit, and it was waiting for us when we arrived at my son's house during our trip, so a little father/son bonding time up on the roof one afternoon and new antenna for the cost of a tube of the self-leveling stuff to cover the screw holes with.