Originally Posted by norty1
There are to many variables for any conclusions to be made by me.
I guess the discussion is good but every case may be different.
I pulled in one Sat. morning with a air conditioning problem and it was fixed while I waited. Another time I left it for 2 months waiting on parts.
Took Delivery of a Jayco 4212 on May 27 th, after walk thru had a significant laundry list of items.
Finally got it back June 18 th? First trip the transfer switch failed the first night. Couldn't use Gennie and had to use RV parks. Couldn't get the leveling system to level.
Got back and the pull pin on front Jack sheared off during auto level.
Still waiting on new Transfer switch on July 4 th trip, again RV parks.
Ice maker quit, sheared off another pull pin on Right front jack. Installed 2 nd transfer switch and it failed immediately.
Bought a transfer switch on Amazon.com and shipped it over night for install so we could go again.
Left for week of Boondocking in Rockies and first night the Invertor alarm went off at 4 AM.
Batteries dead and won't charge, turned out there is a 50 AMP fuse (not circuit breaker) in battery compartment had blown. Had to go home, however the motor on the front jack sheared off while hooking up.
Been at dealer since August 17 th.
Yes I have talked to Jayco for weeks..................not daily but 2-3 times a day.
Every situation is different..............................the 3 rd transfer switch came in and it failed, the 50 amp fuse Jayco said replace with am 80 AMP fuse? Still waiting on parts from Lippert.
2015 F-450 XLT 440 HP Power Stroke 26.5K Custom Resse F/W, Manual Regen, 19.5 Rubber
2014 Oreion Sand Reeper 4x4 Toy steel everywhere, street legal and licensed, 5 speed manual, 3 cylinder DOHC "Chery" engine and 2 door fun.
2015 Jayco Sesimic 4212 Extreme Weather Package, Dual Pane Windows, Side and rear Patios, 480 watt Zamp Solar Pkg 6 AGM batteries, Residential Fridge, custom Dishwasher, 5500 watt Onan and lot of problems.