Originally Posted by jdorant
I would say is was their intent to put the sink closer to the front edge, but at build it can't be that forward do to the cabinets beneath. The counter curves out but the cabinets below do not which is why the sink is set back. .
On the contrary: the bottom sink cabinet is
pulled out. I have to agree with Redhorse's earlier post (and what I said earlier): it is a production problem with the solid surface countertop fabricator. Jayco should stand behind it.
If you have the opportunity, you may want to get a quote from a Corian fabricator on having the sink section of countertop removed, refabricated, and reinstalled. Then present that along with your photos and Redhorse's floor plan to Jayco. (Indecently, if done by a competent fabricator, the seams will be virtually invisible.)
Best of luck with whatever you decide.