Originally Posted by skijlw
Jayco has it's QC problems LegalEagle but if you talk with other RV owners of different brands no matter the price range I think you will find they all have had problems with new units. A standardized QC program for all the supply vendors would work wonders for the RV industry. AS was stated before a lot of the problems come from the suppliers and everyone uses most of the same parts suppliers. Jayco has a good reputation for standing behind their products. Once the bugs are worked out if a new unit they become a real enjoyment. I had several items fixed under warranty, the process was easy and I have been satisfied with the repairs. If you look at other brand owner forums you will see some ugly problems and resolutions.
Agree +a bunch.
The OP's Title of this thread with "NO quality" is a bit extreme but I understand venting.
We had problems with our rig on p/u but did not go to the edge of the cliff and yell to all that would listen.
What we did was work directly with Jayco Warranty and they were excellent in helping us get going again even overnighting parts to the tune of over $500 just in shipping.
So please go thru the process and things will work out and you'll be able to enjoy a well made product with excellent warranty and service.
Oh...no problems since things were made right.
It happens folks with ALL manufactures. Remember RV's are NOT made with the precision of robotics like the auto industry (and they still have problems)...they are produced by human beings just like you and me.
Are we perfect? NO!!