No, those don't normally need fixing after just 2 years....do you use your camper a lot?
In our years of camping, we've accepted the fact that fixing things is just a normal part of RV ownership. All the driving causes everything to vibrate/rattle around so screws will come out and things will need to be fixed. I carry a couple of tool boxes, 12-volt air compressor, plumbing supplies, electrical supplies, a ladder, and a box of supplies in case I have to fix thing. (Wood glue, extra water pipes, fittings, lubricants, etc.)
Is it worth it? We think so....can't wait to head down to southwest Colorado to enjoy a week in the mountains in a few weeks!
Rick & Karen
(Retired USAF, MSgt)
8-year Travel Trailer RVers
2013 Forest River Rockwood Ultra-Lite 2904SS
2014 Toyota Tundra Maxcrew SR-5 TRD 4x4 (with Firestone airbags in the rear)