I thought I would do a review of my 2015 model 240RBS after having it a few years.
Starting off I had several issues and I learned my selling dealer service department is horrible. To make a long story short they didn't fix a single issue the entire 4 months they had my RV for repair.
I had to escalate my case to Forrest River corporate to get any response and a year later take it to another dealer that did eventually fix a majority of my issues.
All I can say is to take pictures of any and all issues you find while under warranty and give your dealer a copy of this. This way they can't say it happened out of warranty. You'll also have proof that your dealer didn't fix anything if they were as horrible as my original dealer.
I use this camper for work mostly staying in it 3 nights a week. So, I probably spend more time in it than most people do.
Here are the biggest issues I had.
1. Slide out leaked bad. Luckily I lived in it during the week and was able to monitor this. I eventually requested Forrest River to provide a slide topper because it still leaked after supposedly being repaired. The 2nd dealer I took it to found issues with the seals in the slide out. So, the original dealer didn't do anything and now I've got the extra insurance against leaks with the slide topper.
2. Slide out seal was torn in upper corner closer to shower side. My original dealer gave me some excuse why they didn't fix it is that the tear helped it conform around the corner better. The 2nd dealer replaced the seal. My leak wasn't coming from this area, but hey a new RV shouldn't have a torn slide out seal.
3. Front cap is fading bad. Found out Forrest River knew about these issues just as my warranty was going out, so I never had it addressed. When it gets bad enough I'll have a vinyl wrap done. I can't afford to leave it a the dealer for months while the dealer and Forrest River fight out a warranty claim.
4. Replace every single one of your clamps that connect the flexible water PEX hose to the ridgid PEX fittings in the camper. I had leaks at 3-4 connections where the flexible pex met the ridgid pex. You have one at the main water entrance, and 2 going to the sink. Use the screw clamp style. Mine would drip drip drip from these fittings and it took me awhile to figure out where the water was coming from.
5. The power tongue jack is vulnerable to water intrusion. I keep mine covered with a 5 gallon bucket now. Before I used the bucket my switches were going out and it took a few tries to get it to work. I'm going to replace it with a much better weather resistant design when it finally craps out.
Best thing ever to buy for your RV is an adjustable water pressure regulator. Newer RVs are rated to 55-60 PSI and those cheap regulators will reduce the water pressure to 45 PSI or less. This makes your shower head work much better when you can bump up your water pressure.
Overall now that most of my issues are resolved it's not a bad camper. Resolving those issues though took a good year working with Forrest River.