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Old 12-30-2014, 05:03 PM   #21
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On our 2013 Columbus 320 I replaced all the front room drawer wood screws holding the slide rails on. The original wood screws were very tiny and Short. One by one many if our drawers vibrated apart and stuff was spilled. Replace the short tiny screws with a 1 inch length and two sizes thicker (sorry don't remember the exact size). The screw goes into the storage area of the drawers but it is flush with the bottom.
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Old 02-06-2015, 06:03 PM   #22
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Had ours for a couple of years now. We have liked our unit and had very little problems with it. The only prpblem we had was the one with the brakes having grase on them. After that was repaired it has been great.
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Ģreaseon the breaks seems to be a problem. Our Sabre had that also on one
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Just got mine a few weeks ago and love everything on and in it. Only issues we had is front door sticks a little easy fix and the wireless back up camera is not working they are working that now. it has been an issue from the vendor and may need a booster kit. Cant wait to get back on the road.
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Old 02-10-2015, 02:06 PM   #25
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We have the Voyager system factory installed on our 2014 320RS and it works fantastic, never had a break in video. I use it all the time, I like to know whats behind me going down the road. I do not think a booster would be required unless something in the tow vehicle or trailer is causing interference.
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I cant wait to find out what it was, they have it now fixing it and I do miss not seeing behiind me but I am sure they will handle it. My dealer has been great so far.
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We have the Voyager on our 320 & it works great without a booster.
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Old 03-16-2015, 10:30 PM   #28
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Mine has elite entertainmet v r sion and it's still very unstable
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Old 04-06-2015, 09:53 AM   #29
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We 've had our 320 RS since Feb 2012. 2012 was the first model year and I can tell you there were quite a few annoying quality issues, probably due to the factory trying to push out so many of these trailers to meet the overwhelming demand for them. Overall it has been a great trailer. Two significant issues I we had were that on our first or second trip out, the living/dining slide would not go back in. Upon inspection, I could see that the tubular steel gear rod connected to the slide motor was twisting like a pretzel. Luckily my camping friends and I were able to force the slide into traveling place. Took it to my dealer who replaced this tubular rod with a solid one. No more problems with that. Second issue is that the bedroom door is a solid core door. It is too heavy for the rollers at the top. I've had the door come down many times and have tried to improve the situation by installing new rollers and putting nylon guides at the bottom, but occasionally, it still comes loose on one end or the other, especially if we've been on rough roads.
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We bought a 295 last September and what a disappointment! If I could do it again I would certainly look harder and longer. as soon as we got home we discovered the front cap was delaminated, the underbelly cover was cut open and repaired, numerous quality issues inside the unit that should have never left the factory. All 4 axles leaking grease. broken window latches, torn mattress, slides not adjusted properly, wrong AC unit installed. Rear tail light cracked and glued together and filled with water, electric fireplace improperly installed (no ventilation)! suggest anyone with a 295 to inspect. I don't want to forget the furnace. Went use it only to discover it wasn't level and it was held in with one screw. (it wont light and burn right) All these problems on the outside, can you imagine what's underneath!! I hope this helps with your decision. Yes its a pretty unit with all the right stuff, but that doesn't make up for all the frustration of repair. Good Luck
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