Originally Posted by Claytonbwn
Uh oh... that doesn't sound good.. I have a trip over labor day, do I need to get it looked at before that?
If your trailer is under warranty and your not a long way away from the dealer I would take it to them and have them check the bearing grease seals in the back of the hubs. Could be over greased as already posted or could be defective seals.
If your mechanically inclined it is no big deal to check them yourself. You could probably pull and check both wheels in an hour or less. Since it doesn't sound like you have lots of miles on it I doubt your brakes are ruined. If they have some grease on them and don't appear to be saturated you can clean that grease off with the red can of Brakekleen brake cleaning spray.
There is another thread on here about packing bearings that has some pictures and basic instructions. You can also probably find it on YouTube, it's not hard to do.
But with it basically being new it would not hurt to have the dealer check the bearings especially if your not familiar with it.