New Sunsseker 3010DS Flooring tear
We just took our first trip in our new sunseeker and really enjoyed the new unit. We just moved up from a Solera 24R. When we got home and started cleaning the unit, I spilled a drink on the floor. When we got down and started cleaning up the mess, we noticed silicone on the floor and it was starting to come loose. We had assumed some had fallen on the floor, but when we gave a little tug, we realized it was a repair. We took our unit to Camping World(not the dealer we brought from) today to have some warranty items addressed. When I showed the Service Manager the floor, he said this should have been fixed to a higher standard. He said if the dealer did not document the repair, Forest River may balk at covering it under warranty.
I called the dealer, and they said they did repair the floor. It's amazing this was not disclosed at the time of purchase. My question is do we try and fix the tear (couple of inches in middle of kitchen) or press to replace the entire floor? I would like to have a complete floor with my new unit, but if they replace the floor, they will cut along the front of the cabinets, oven, refer, and step up. This will create a seam about 10' in running length, not to mention taking out the long slide to reach the other side of the coach. Submitting claim to Forest River as we speak and do not know what they will say. Any Thoughts?