Originally Posted by malaglot
After having out unit out a few times we found a few problems all of them relating to the workmanship of the cabinetry. A drawer was only attached to its supports with three small staples. A few screws fixed that right up. The dinette is made of particleboard and the ends will break if you even look at them wrong. Had to reinforce both of those with some additional screws One of the overhead bin doors was installed wrong and the hardware had to be removed and reinstalled properly. Don't know if the employee who installed the cabinets was having a bad day or was new but this should have been caught in the QC and wasn't. Easy fixes all but still kind of irritating to have to deal with on a new unit that we are other-wised pleased with.
To add to that from my last trip. There is a access panel on the side of the tub. I touched it and the trim just fell off. I mean really? Luckily I keep a full assortment of fasteners and various types of glue in my RV toolbag so it was a snap to fix. I removed the lame staples they used to "assemble" the part with originally and attached the trim the right way with glue and wire brads. Sure I could take the unit in and have Jayco fix it,,,but I want it done right so I do the small stuff myself.