Call forest river.
Originally Posted by R Reese
We bought our Sabre in March 2016 and it is in for it's first warranty work. We are going on a month and the RV dealer is really dragging their feet.
The slide seal is leaking, the awning has no adjustment arms on it and the door rubs the awning material when it is fully extended to the point that it is hard to open the door with the awning extended, the Black Tank is spec at 42 gals but filling it with a 5 gal can it actually hold 35 gal's before it backs up in the galley sink (yep the galley sink is plumbed to the black tank), the steps barely open from rust and are bent and the frame is covered with corrosion. This is our first camper and in hind sight we should not have bought it but hind sight is 20/20.
Does anyone have any ideas how to get these repairs going. The RV dealer says the corrosion is not covered by warranty, the black tank though it is not the size advertised and I quote "is what it is", they will not replace the steps even though they barely open and are bent and the awning is also a "is what it is" deal even though the door is wearing a hole in it were it rubs.
Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
Slide can be adjusted to help stop the leaking. Seal may just need dressing??
Awning; are you sure your not over extending it? try backing off a tad.
Looking online at your unit I cant see why it would be rubbing. Looks like plenty of room. Unless of course the installed it to low? Got any pics?
Think fr has a disclaimer about changes advertise info(black tank size)see bottom of website.http://www.forestriverinc.com/produc...elID=2112#Main
Steps should be taken care of by mfg.
Sink should go to the grey tank, they need to fix that!
Again; Its from my past experience I highly recommend working with the mfg and your dealer, not just the dealer. Use honey not a bat.
Good luck and welcome to the wonderful world of rv quality.