Am I wrong here, you had the dealer do the PDI instead of you
doing it along with a service tech or the salesman.
When we bought our 1st trailer then our Class C and 5th wheel
I had them turn everything on twice, leave it on for a period of
time and show me three times before I signed and drove off the
We had to put a roof on after 8 years but I'm still really happy
with the trailer and I didn't blame the MFG. life happens, I
replaced it along with some upgrade's out of pocket.
Like everything else things break, if you think that your trailer
is not going need some repair along the way you better buy a tent.
Doing DIY project fixing small repairs is part of owning a 5th
or travel trailer an is part of the camping experience
2006 Coachmen Chaparral 277DS
Coachmen Owners Association
2005 Ford F350 Dually
Last years Camping 72 days
This years Camping 65 days Ugh