Originally Posted by scweaver
We have a 2010 and it does the exact same thing!
There are so many problems with with Forest Rivers RV's that I wish we could all hold them accountable for their lack of quality control. It seems as if they crank out their RVs' assembly line fashion and don't take time to assure everything will be built to the consumers satisfaction. These repairs are not only disappointing but also expensive. And as we know the problem doesn't always happen in our driveway. I was hoping to spend my retirement money and years traveling not repairing what I hoped was going to be a quality trailer. I've had to forego some trips
(plural) because after the repair bills I couldn't afford to take the trip I was wanting to take. Often these problems happened after the walk through and the warranty has lapsed. It almost seems to be not consumer beware, but consumer got ya. I've read some forum entries where the consumer was happy with their RV but there are so many more where the consumer is not happy about some problem or lack of quality materials that were used to assemble the RV.
I can't afford to buy another TT so I guess I'll have to baby and repair this thing for as long as I can take and afford it. I do like to travel by trailer so I guess it is a matter of having to grin and bear it.