Originally Posted by rmayo38895
Good luck on getting your leaking shower fixed,Don't know where you bought it from but they knew before they sold it to you that the shower was leaking,FR is aware of their leaking showers on the Columbus model but are slow about getting the dealers the new track to fix it with,Took me five months to get mine fixed,As far as the AC that is about the only thing that works on my Columbus,Good Luck on getting it fixed.
The track is just installed 180 off so drain holes go into room not the tub area. I'm sure they will just pull it and swap it around. Thats what I would do.
I just dropped it off today and gave the the fallowing information from my own decetive work.
Problems to be addressed
Shower track on bottom is installed backwards and Drains into the room not the bath tub.
Refrigerator door hits on bottom corner when opening and closing on handle side.
Missing two shades on Drivers side rear window next to sofa. Both room dark and sun screen.
Light out over Bed by where your head goes on small lights.
AC unit is not pushing enough cold air. Its 90 degrees outside and 85 inside camper with AC running nonstop for 2 days.
5A) First choice is to Check AC unit to make sure its functioning the way they should.
5B) Can we have a dump vent on the ceiling housing below AC unit like most campers have installed. My old one did with slides to go to ducts or open up just straight out bottom of unit. Or add a duct fan to move more air flow. It’s like it has no air movement.
5C) I did some testing this weekend with a cell phone camera & flashlight. The vent in bath room is ice cold. Took it down and found 1/8”-¼” gaps in corners of Styrofoam plus gaps around wires coming through. If you put a light in ac duct you can see it coming out into fan/vent in bath room. I then took out all AC vents going to rear of camper where Ac unit is. The two vents in center kitchen have the ¼” gaps in Styrofoam duct you can feel them with your hand. (I left the vent louvers off on these vents) The two center drop lights base is ice cold. I slid my hand on roof and from kitchen to rear of unit the roof is cold going down the center of roof. The last two glass LED lights are ice cold. This leads me to believe that the fan is blowing cold air into the “Attic” roof where AC unit is mounted. If it had the ceiling dump vent like normal units we could drop it to see what’s going on. I would like to add the inside ceiling dump vent grill so we can at least get it to dump the cold air into the main room. Then slide them at night to get air to bedroom area.
5D)Found this Info off internet forum.
One thing to watch on the ducted returns, where they meet under the AC unit, our manufacturer installed a foam type insert in the truss to separate the supply and return, and some have shifted causing a breach between the two. This really reduces efficiency and you can actually feel supply air coming from the nearest returns. Aluminum tape cures the issue - you have to access from the top by removing the cowling. Off net forum
I have a 2012 325RL and had similar problems. Surely their quality control has solved this by now, but maybe not. On mine, my dealer found that some of the ducts in the roof had not been properly connected to the a/c unit. Also many of the ducts had alot of styrofoam pellets in them.
We do not want a 2nd unit installed in roof as it’s so tall now.
7)Missing the water filter cartridge.
Will see what they come up with. So far they have been very nice and I'm not giving them a hard time. I did say we have put noting in camper but bedding on mattress so if they cant get it fixed correctly I'll be back to get my trade in back and a check for what we gave them. That raised some Eyebrows.