So took my new 2014 Jayco 184BH back to the dealer for a wiring issue. #5 Fuse that runs the kitchen stuff popped after the first use. While it was there for work, I explained to the service guy that I had not been able to get the water heater to light (propane). About two weeks later, I get the trailer back with the wiring "fixed" and an "all good" on the heater. Next use about 2 weeks later, yup #5 fuse pops again and still can't get the water heater lit.
Take it back again, they ended up replacing the entire wire for the kitchen from the fuse. And an all is working just fine thumbs up on the water heater. This time I called them out on the water heater and had someone physically walk me through the lighting sequence, as I had done everything known to man and what google said to do. Yup, two service techs couldn't get it to light.
After some trouble shooting, it turned out the line was kinked restricting the propane flow to the water heater. This service tech said this line was installed incorrectly from the factory. He fixed it and its worked beautifully ever since.
Jest of the story, I sent the CEO/President a not to happy with the service letter. I basically called out the fact that 3 of his employees lied to me about performing work. His response was to not accuse his company of lying to me or not performing quality work. Instead of sorry for having to bring your trailer to my company 3 times for work. We should have caught this on our pre-check before selling this to you. We should have caught it the two additional times you brought it in speech I would have expected.
Wow, thanks Crestview RV in Selma TX for the great service.