Like to warn other Jayco Seneca owners out there. We purchased our 2016 Seneca several months ago. Have only 3500 miles on it, 1000 are ours.
This past weekend we took the grand kids on a weekend camping trip. On the way there I heard a loud thud come from the back of the coach and then silence. My wife said, "The molding fell off the large slide out and missed our granddaughter by less than an inch". At the first opportunity I was able to look at the damage and saw that the "Amish Craftsmanship" was actually shoddy work that almost injured our 6 yoa granddaughter. This piece of molding is heavy and had pointed staples sticking out of it. If it would have hit her it would have caused some nasty injuries. I am attaching some pictures so you can look at yours to possibly attach some screws to make it more secure.
It definitely is not secure as currently installed. For a coach that cost this much I would expect a bit more pride in workmanship. Shame on the quality control inspector on this one.!