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Old 08-18-2014, 12:15 AM   #11
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Sorry, but that fridge us such a let down. This is our 4th RV and never had a fridge perform as poorly as this one. We have 2 pages in a notebook for the dealer to address on this 2015 model. Advice is to address with dealer and then escalate to Primetime if necessary. We will take ours back to dealer this winter. I have had one major failure that stopped me dead and Primetime addressed it directly at my campsite. I was impressed with that. However, everyday, something else seems to happen. Today, the stupid headboard will not stay latched closed. It turns out the plywood used was so green that it has warped so badly, it has now severely bowed and has warped itself past its latches. Last night it flopped open because the center is now bowed out a full two inches in the center. I had to tape it closed to stay off our heads. Make your list and work with your dealer to address. We keep our RV's about 2.5 years and the 10 month trip in to the purchase for warranty work is critical!

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Old 09-06-2014, 12:35 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by jerrykeith View Post
There have been so many little things we've had to repair, things missing, and just poor workman ship in general. And last night we started having AC problems. This is a 2015 model, we've used it on about 3 or 4 camping trips.
Dealing with those issues has to be disappointing. I hope your unit gets taken care of so that you can start enjoying it instead of dealing with it.

Missing items often can be related back to the dealership/service department. More often than once I have seen a tech remove a part in one trailer on the lot to put into another trailer that was sold.

As for repairs - a good PDI will catch these items and a good dealership will fix it before the customer arrives to pick up the unit. A good walk-through is a opportunity for the customer to check that everything is up to standard and working correctly.

For poor workmanship - (FR and/or dealership) It's not acceptable.

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