Originally Posted by FRRVR
Thanks for this post. I will be closely monitoring mine for similar issues.
The light covers in yours, if you have the luxury option, have been updated in 2016 to a screw on type and you should have no issues. The electric stablizers have also been updated and hoping the improvements mean you won't have any issues. They get loud before they fail. Water pump is a water pump 99% of the time you shouldn't have a failure. Check the trim after winter as it starts shrinking and busting seams. If you install a tv in the outdoor kitchen, make sure you put a through bolt in with washers and a nut, because there is no provided stud as you would assume for a cable tv connection area. Check the cargo doors carefully and if you have any gaps (I had some so wide I could see inside the storage) have them caulk those areas. The push valves with the springs inside, not gate valves, are absolutely terrible. I have no recommendation on those except convincing them to tear the grey tank out and replace with an inline gate valve and the force the black open and have a gate valve at the discharge. The valves that you likely have now will stick, no doubt you will have issues at some point. Try to keep the shafts greased maybe and carry vise grips and a hammer. The design problem is you are opening and closing the valve by pushing and pulling on a very long and narrow spring that gets gunked up or rusted and becomes almost impossible to move.