Originally Posted by Force
My dual USB port under the kitchen counter top was DOA. Had 12v of power coming down the wire so no issue upstream. I took it apart and it looks like whoever soldered on the wires fried right through one of the microprocessors. My dealer is mailing me a replacement.
This raises a good point. Perhaps you could get Jayco or the dealer to mail you the replacement part and install it yourself. But then you get an OEM replacement. That might work though.
Yeah, a lot of people have little problems here and there with fit and finish, and I agree, it's frustrating. If you're handy enough to fix it and fix it right, sometimes it's better to just shake your head and do the fix yourself correctly. If there's enough wrong, and/or you're not handy, start making a "punch list" and get it all taken care of at one time with a trip to the dealer. Of course, that assumes you have a good dealer whose work you can trust. If not, you're probably better off doing it yourself, at least then you have some assurance it's done right.
Honestly, I didn't have too many of those problems with my trailer. A few screws here and there, and some other minor stuff. It was FAR easier for me to just fix it and move on than to depend on the dealer. I did have one major repair that I had my dealer take care of under warranty, and while it was there, I had him take care of a bunch of other stuff too.
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