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Old 05-11-2016, 07:21 AM   #11
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Well there is at least part of the problem. The factory assembly ding-dongs kinked 3 out of 4 ducts. They ran a water line right through one of them... Idiots.
I have seen numerous posts regarding build quality on this forum but nothing to match your photo of how they ran your water lines. This is not a quality issue it is a training and management issue. There is no way that a factory assembler should ever even think of doing that and I believe that the factory needs to be shown this installation and they need to take some serious action. We have seen poorly installed fixtures and jagged holes, but this shows a reckless abandonment of any quality procedures.

Of course they need to fix it as well.
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Old 05-11-2016, 07:53 AM   #12
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If you have a heated underbelly, and one of the airbox vents goes to the underbelly. and the other vents are blocked or restricted, most of the heated air will be going to the underbelly. I found the duct to my rear heat vent crushed ( similar to yours) when the electrical installer stretched some Romex over it to get to an outlet.
Saw on a news report a week ago where POTUS visited an RV manufacturer ( not FR) where they said they were pumping out a new unit every 15 mns.
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