Originally Posted by RJWX23F
I definitely got the vibe the parts manager was hoping I'd either not notice or not call him out on it. Funny thing is the tongue jack they installed on the new camper is so noticeably used and worn that my wife actually addressed it with me before I ever mentioned it to her. She said "we have this beautiful new camper but all I keep seeing is that ugly white thing right on the front of it".
Precisely why I say you should start documenting things. You have already proved the credibility of the parts manager. It's time to start knocking on the GM's door. Be calm....although I said I'd come unglued, don't do that because you'll get the door slammed in your face. Document, document, document. Go over that "sticker" line by line and confirm everything. If it looks used or you don't have what is advertised, document it. Also I would inspect the camper at home closely and document any findings. Then bring it to the GM's attention.
If you cannot get any results, contact Jayco customer service. I cannot stress enough, document dates and times of conversations.
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