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Old 05-25-2011, 07:35 PM   #21
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We purchased our SV291 1 month ago, it was the one the dealer used for RV shows. We had a SV240 for 5 years prior and absolutely loved our suveyor! This SV291 has the same issue, a section right behind the front vent where it appears two sections of roofing, whether it is plywood or luan, that has separated under the rubber covering! We can see it protruding upward pushing against the rubber membrane. We're talking to the dealer about getting that fixed in the fall.... don't want to have the rubber membrane broken after warranty wears off!

We don't know when this 2011 SV-291 was manufactured and we've also had a few other problems i.e. leaky kitchen sink (still trying to get that fixed!) and a leak around the storage door that was luckily fixed before we took delivery. With the great luck we had for 5 years with our SV240, we're hoping this one isn't a lemon!

How's your season going so far? Were you able to get your bubble fixed?

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Old 05-25-2011, 07:48 PM   #22
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I was changing the vent cover on my Rockwood and snapped some pictures of my roof. Top plywood is thicker maybe 3/16. Foam looked to be about 2 1/2

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2003 Chevy Express AWD conversion van. 5.3 3.73's
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