2016 Columbus 340RK. Have had stove top counter top break after travel. Now put towel under it. Had glass turntable fall out of microwave, amazing it didnít break, now remove it and wrap it in a towel and store it in the chair seat at the dinner table. Also the glass shower door would come loose from itís lock, the top track broke and have to carefully close the doors to avoid a open space while showing. Now place a channel window lock on the bottom track while traveling. Will replace the entire door with a accordion type folding door that will not require locking.
Unbelievable the lack of quality control in a expensive trailer. Several screws stripped out, in doors and even the windows. Found all cut outs behind the wall switches, tv cableís covers and between compartments behind electric panels in the sub floor that are cut jagged, not even close to a circle or square, and the pice of wood and sawdust laying on the subfloor. Very poor quality. Also having to re glue and re nail several pieces of trim. All the wires and cables run in the subfloor are a mess, nothing neat, just thrown in.
I am curious if this is the way all trailers are built.
I love the layout, but the trim and electrical installation really is disappointing. Also the finish on most of the woodwork is really bad, spots, finish nails showing, no hole filler used. Redoing it little by little. Stains barely visible unless laying in bed on the walls.
This is not everything found wrong, will know what to look for on next trailer.