Originally Posted by Rustysocket
Just wondering..... when you looked at RV's to live in during the summer, what else did you look at?
Why did you choose Jayco? What was it that appealed to you when you bought it? Was it the two year warranty you haven't attempted to use?
Everyone of your posts you complain about your trailer and yet you haven't even given the manufacturer the opportunity to address your concerns.
X2!! Don't mention the dogs or the summer full timing. Just say this showed up on a summer trip. I would contact the dealer and send pictures via email with a written description of the problem. Ask them to contact Jayco to get pre-auth to do repairs under warrantee and to contact you when it is received to schedule the work. That will greatly reduce the time you are without the RV.
The 2 year warrantee is only good if you use it. Jayco is pretty good at taking care of stuff if you approach it carefully. They are not going to install furniture that is going to wear thru in a few months. I had a lounge chair break during the first year [seat spring mounts broke] and they sent me a replacement.