Originally Posted by Busa1300
They are refusing to fix the cabinet doors and sheered screws? Check your state for "lemon laws"...in CA three attempts at the same problem is the limit. After that lemon law kicks in. Be sure to document and get invoices for every repair.
I purchased my Seneca out of State. You have to wait for the for ever to get the service van which takes months. I have to do these repairs myself in order to use the Seneca. All Jayco dealers in Massachusetts will not service Seneca from out of State Jayco dealers yet they do not carry Seneca to purchase. They cannot compete with this out of State Jayco dealer. Jayco has not be able to find a local warranty repair facility in Massachusetts. I am still concerned with the stiff leaf suspension and the long term effects from bouncing on the Jayco cabin! Jayco just said that no concerns have been raised. It is to early to see long terms problems. When cabinet doors and exterior panels screws sharing off it raises concern. I hope that others can express their concerns and maybe Jayco will listen do find a happy sulotion. It has the first year of the change in chassis and things will be found. 2013 at least has the rear air suspension.