unit is back home, but there is a problem
I received my unit back from delam repairs on 8/13/10. I immediately left on vacation, and that explains the delay in posting this update. The siding and wall repairs look great. I haven't been able to inspect the roof yet, and I haven't been able to inspect all of the seams, etc. The only bad thing is the front and rear caps are original, and not nearly as white as the new stuff. Hopefully after a year or so all will blend together.
But, there is a problem...when I picked up my unit, the first thing I noticed was a brand new LCI tongue jack leveler (wired backwards), and new tongue jack and landing pad. I also noticed that all of the wiring in the front had been replaced and the hold-down catch on my battery box was broken off. So far all I can get from the dealer and FR is that the leveler was "inoperable upon arrival" at the factory. The factory said they replaced it as "good will", which I certainly appreciate. But, if they had no part in damaging it, why would they replace it? It seems to me they are trying to cover something up, and that is what has me concerned. If they tell me that the driver failed to retract the jack and damaged it, or something like that, then I can accept their answer.
I am going to pursue an answer, but for the most part I consider this closed. If anything of note occurs I may post an update.
I was not inclined to pursue this repair until I read posts on this forum back in April. For my wife and I this forum has made a big difference.