How about a thread about the glaring design flaws that you've found in your pride n joy.
Not the problems or shoddy workmenship, but the design of the workings of your rv.
Some of them could have been better designed by a 6 year old using crayons and Play Dough, but apparently adults did.
1. The famous hidden water line and hot water heater drain and bypass valves. Almost always hidden behind sealed false panels or behind drawers or in compartments that you have to be triple jointed to reach.
2. My favorite. In my Lexi the thermostat controlling ac/heat strip/furnace is in the bedroom. Get it to a comfortable temp. In morning, I wake early and close off the bedroom area so wife can sleep. Thermostat reads the temp in the now smaller closed off space, and shuts off quicker, not warming the rest of the coach. Place the bloody thing in tha hall or living space so it can be controlled more efficantely.
3. Who is the genius who felt it necessary to mount a water filter in the same enclosed compartment directly (6 inches) next to the fuse/breaker panel and directly above a mass of electric wireing. If the housing leaks or cracks, or during changing the filter, water could get all over the components. (I got rid of mine)
What others have you all found?