One would think after a HUGE AMOUNT of customer dissatisfaction with this or any issue, they WOULD FIX IT ON THE LINE.
I worked for Ford back in the day. Many laughed as the dumb Toyota came to America. It took a plummet in sales to change the philosophy and improve not only parts but line inspections as well.
I have been to the Cedar Creek line 2x. It is a QUICK ASSEMBLY PROCESS. The mentality of fixing it LATER only works if you have a GREAT Warranty AND SKILLED FRIENDLY DEALERS WITH NOT ONLY MECHANICAL ABILITY BUT
Which ALL rv manufacturers at this price point seem not to have. RV sales are at an all time high. If ORVAN CAN FIX IT, others can be trained. You spend money to make money!!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL FROM BEAUTIFUL HANNOVER