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Old 05-25-2014, 01:03 PM   #11
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I decided to pull that little table out. Don't really need it.
We did the opposite and took a chair out. Penny likes the sofa so I use the chair.

I like the table lamp for evening reading.

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Old 05-25-2014, 01:38 PM   #12
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The next thing we all figured out was that once the bed is opened and set up you can't get into the storage drawer. The storage drawer was obviously put there for linens and pillows and such, so be sure to get everything you are going to need out of there before you open up the bed.

(You'll do it to yourself. More than once. )

The next thing you'll do, if your couch is in the slide room, is pull the slide in without unplugging the little air pumps power cord. You'll do that, too. once is usually enough. We penciled in a note on our checklist to make sure the couch was unplugged before moving the slide.

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Old 05-31-2014, 08:47 AM   #13
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I have a 2010 2604 & had a problem with it every single trip for the first year. Some stuff I fixed myself, the major ones went back to the dealer. Since then we have had no troubles & love our trailer. We have discussed upgrading many times & then realize there is no need to since this one works fine. Stick with it & get things fixed under warranty while you still can. I'm sure you'll end up being happy campers!
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Old 05-31-2014, 07:57 PM   #14
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Well I got a call from the dealer I brought it to. The only dealer in my area, or I have to travel either to Connecticut or New Jersey. This is a Jayco dealer that I have dealt with for many years. But if course they are not thrilled to be working on a rockwood. But, long story short. I was told today that while the trailer was under construction, the slide was installed incorrectly. It needs to be moved back 1 1/2" and two more clicks out. When the slide is retracted, I have about 1/8" from the corner trim to the ceiling by the bathroom door. During the walk thru on day of pick up, I pointed out that the slide was out further towards the back of the camper when in the closed position. Any way, took photos of everything and my estimate is roughly $650. And this is asked for when work is done. I was told to figure it out with the dealer I purchased it from on my own.

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