We're in Indiana today and did our PDI on a 2017 Eagle HT 27.5RLTS that we ordered from Jayco. My husband went on the roof and found ripples around several penetrations on the roof (AC's, antenna and a few other places.) and large bubbles in the lap sealant itself. Called Jayco CS and they said they're using a new sealer that's stiffer and that this is normal and to have the dealer note it on our PDI papers.
From reading several forums and facebook groups, this is not okay. We're reading stories of entire roofs having to be replaced. The dealer said this was normal, but then sent someone up to pop the bubbles in the lap sealant and reseal them.
This is our first RV and we don't know what to think or do. We've driven from TN to IN to pick this up. If anyone has any suggestions or advice, we'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
The large bubbles in this photo, can be seen in the lap sealant. The ripples can be seen, just after the large bubble on the edge, and are running out to the left from under the lap sealant and keep going up in the picture.