Originally Posted by dmax
prime time quality control not worth any thing 325res water leak loose wiring in breakers wire crimped on insulation of wire to levelup wire just touching conector all failure of quality control they say is next to none dealers no better how come they all say 2week back log an they take 4to 6 wk an still not fix all problem
I have / had 2 primetime units. 2013 tracer and 2014 lacrosse.
I had several problems with both units that I feel should have been caught at the factory. My laundry list is too long to list all things here.
On my tracer the factory installed a cracked shower and filled it with gobs n gobs of caulk. Took months to get the factory and my dealer to okay a fix.
On my lacrosse the factory did not put on the rubber weather stripping around my bedroom slide-out. During a rain storm tons of water came in my units bedroom floor. Same thing with the upper fridge vent.
My problem of most condenser now is my slide-out wear that I will have to take care of on my own. I have had that fix a few times now and it still wearing when I stored it for the winter. Prime time and my dealer call it normal, so when it wears out that will be normal too?I call it a future problem of potential wood rot.
After my tracer that had qc problems we shop n shop. Only to find Primetime has the best units for the buck and quality too. Thus we bought another primetime. What does that say about the rv industry???
I think I have worked all the bugs out of it now....I hope.
Primetime has always returned my calls and answered all my questions.
The guys there are great to work with and can help you get a repair done.
We love our primetime lacrosse!!!! Any unit will have problems ,,,just have to work them out.