Originally Posted by SkyBound
From what I've learned about brand new trailers - there WILL be things that need to be fixed. This is what warranty is for. A good dealership will fix the defects and flaws to your satisfaction. I know it's a tough pill to swallow when your brand new trailer that you paid good money for is having problems, but once you get the little stuff fixed up you'll forget it was ever an issue and the good times will follow!
A couple of pieces of molding is pretty minor (in the broad scheme of things). A lot of folks on this site have had really serious problems with their new trailers. If you think about the issues you've had over the years with your house, it may give you a whole new perspective. Just make a list of all the issues you have with it. I'm sure you'll find your dealer more than willing to fix them all at once under warranty, so you can get back to enjoying the good life.