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Old 07-18-2014, 03:59 PM   #1
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Discolored/uncolored shower enclosure

Just throwin this out there to see if anyone else has ever seen this or experienced it themselves.
When I bought my hauler a 2014 275ULSBS the walk through was lacking to say the least and to make things worse the dealer pulled up local roots 2 weeks after my purchase, so any follow up questions/solutions were gonna be long long distance. Anyways I have found several things that should be a factory authorized tweek and was told to take the hauler to a closer dealer who sells Forest River, where it is currently at. Most items are being taken care of, along with a new awning motor after only the second use, but the one thing denied by Forest River is, in the RV dealer service reps words "the strangest thing she's ever seen". My wife noticed while prepping for our first excursion that the shower enclosure color looked peculiar, so I took a look and didn't notice at first until after extra lighting, but roughly 3/4's of the plastic enclosure is the white color I believe it should be, but the other 1/4 is an opaque/dirty yellowish color, as if that 1/4 was not painted or treated or whatever the manufacturer process is. I've left 2 messages at numbers I found scrounging around the internet to discuss why I the purchaser would be denied this factory error correction . Has anyone else encountered this by chance?
Thanks for any responses.

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Old 07-21-2014, 08:58 PM   #2
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Must be the unlucky one 8(

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Old 07-21-2014, 09:14 PM   #3
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So this is one piece that is multiple colors? If it were pan one color and surround another color, I'd say one was almond and one white. Yours sounds more like it had sat out for a while before installation. You know how certain white things on a camper can yellow in the sun. Stove vents, trim etc. Possible they had a pile of showers outside and yours was the lucky one exposed. Don't know. Just throwing ideas out there.

I personnally think it should be covered under warranty.
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:52 PM   #4
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I believe you are correct
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