Entry step is a problem.. far too low... You hit every curb.
Solution 1 ) Revove the 3th step.... hacksaw.
Solution 2 ) on the right side of the screendoor is a magnet that moves your doorstep out and in when the door opens.
Next to the magnet pull out the 2 wires carefully, blank each wire a bit... connect 2 extension cables 3 feet, and isolate with tape. Use the blank swich on the panel, install a switch (automotive) connect the 2 wires .... now you can keep the step in permanent.... when you park, open the door carefully... check if you can extend the step//// and switch to do so.
My wife and I don't like the 3 step. Can't park next to a curb or anywhere that has a rise of 4" or more. I'm seriously considering solution #1. Only problem is that it will void the warranty. Guess I could see if FR would exchange the 3 step for a 2 step but, I highly doubt it.
I'll let you know what they say. :-)
I disconnect the step and use a two step stool to get in and out of rig while traveling. When I'm parked, I re-connect it. Only minor issue is you have to crawl under the rig. Not a big deal, use old camping pad to lay on when I do this. Options if some one with a disability, then it keep it connected.
The step switch is easy..... just connect the wire before the magnet with the wire after the magnet,,,,, with a switch .... off course.... so you can break or make the contact. the wire is next to the doormagnet on the chassis... pull it out with a screwdriver... carefull.