I'd like to start by saying thank you to all of the seasoned professionals out there that have been giving great advice, it has helped. So the wife and I bought our first motorhome three months ago, a 2011 Georgetown 341 ds. Seemed like a good beginner coach but we're not so sure now.
First, at the conclusion of our first trip I tried to retract the passenger side slide with no luck. It sounded like the electric motor was staining and blew the 30 amp fuse, loaded three more fuses with the same result. I was finally able to retract the slide by using the leveling jacks to raise the left side of the coach as high as possible and limp the slide in.
A two hour drive to the dealer and three weeks later, it was determined that the weather stripping was getting caught between the bottom of the slide and bottom rollers. The fix was to install a new seal and notch out around the rollers.
Trip number two was cut short by another failure, we lost power to the front AC unit and all of the outlets while using the generator. Not a big deal for me but to the wife it was enough to pack up and come home, mostly because of our infant child and the wifes milking contraption not having juice.
When we got home the entry/exit stairs began going crazy. Upon entry or exit, the stairs would either extend or retract numerous times before settling into the final position.
Two more hours to the dealer and another week later, The dealer said the loss of power was due to a loose connection at a junction box and the stair motor was bad. I'll pick the coach up next week and find out exactly what happened to the juice.
These are just three problems, I've left out the approximate 8 hours of tightning, sealing and fixing a hundred other loose ends.
Please, somebody tell me everything is going to be OK and it was a good purchase, even if its a lie.
I'll get my profile up to par before long.