I contacted Coachman, and they would not cover the repair under warranty. They then gave me the number to Dexter Door and Axle directly, and I was just looking for replacement hinges. After speaking with them, they told me that the hinges are not serviceable and the door needed to be replaced. The next day, I received an email stating they would replace the door under warranty including parts and labor. There is a 2 year warranty on the door, but I am absolutely amazed that they are standing behind it. I have the appointment set up with my dealer and Dexter is shipping the door to them directly next week.
Rest assured, I will make sure the screen door does not bind in the least way before accepting the camper after the repair is done. The screen door did seem to get tight as you latched it, and I thought this was by design. I am thinking the door may not have been squarely installed at the factory, as there is about a quarter inch gap at the bottom of the frame where it meets the camper. About half way up the frame is completely flush with the camper wall. I think this is root cause. Hoping this works out, and all indicators look good right now. Yay me!