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Old 10-29-2019, 06:52 AM   #1
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2015 195RB Questions

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We have a 2015 Jacyo Jayflight slx 195RB and would appreciate some help resolving 2 questions.

1. Has anyone found a good place to put a hanging TV mount? We are thinking of the little cabinet above the counter (where an AC unit could go, but ours is roof mounted).
2. We discovered a small soft spot (6" diametetr) in the floor on the passenger side of the queen bed dead center between the bed and the window. There are no indications of water coming in through the wall (warped wall panel, soft feel, etc). Underneath the camper it is wrapped, and I am unsure how to remove the black wrap and put it back correctly. Jayco provided me the drawing for the floor and it notes 3/8" OSB. Does anyone have any advice for investigating this? My biggest concern is replacing the vinyl right there.
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Old 10-29-2019, 02:29 PM   #2
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I would think that any leak causing this would come from the nearby window. I suppose that a roof side seam at the awning could run water down, around the window frame and run across the floor on the underneath side, but that seem unlikely. If the hatch seal was leaking, you could see that evidence. It is odd that it is a small spot without damage leading to a wall. Just thinking out loud, but maybe it is a material defect and nothing to worry about.

BTW, I had that year and model and I strengthened the bed pedestal by building a divider wall at about the middle. It gives you a clean storage area accessible from the inside of the trailer also.
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Skids, Do you have any pics of how you built and installed the divider?


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I asked Jayco about my 2017 195 and they said the wall was not reinforced anywhere. I did see someone put one on the side of the wall AC compartment. Maybe reinforced it as the paneling is thin.
I am considering mounting to the countertop with a flexible arm system.

Right now we toss it on the bed to travel and set it on the counter when we use it or at night. It rides safely on our Zinus mattress, never moved an inch.
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Viclava, I no longer has the trailer, but I can tell you that it was 2 x 2 pine stock construction. There are two horizontal 2x2's spaning the width of the bed pedestal. The verticles are at each end maybe two or three (I think 3) more in the span. Measure them carefully because they are supposed to support the pedestal and should be flush with existing box supports. When you are sure the frame fits in the space after screwing it together, cut a piece of osb or plywood for the divider wall. I can't remember how the completed wall is attached to the box, but L-brackets (4) may be needed.
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