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Old 11-25-2014, 12:27 AM   #21
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I guess I should have said "if Jayco QA even exists"!
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Old 11-25-2014, 06:51 AM   #22
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That is inexcusable. Anything built by humans will have flaws, but there are thousands of trailers out there that were built really well by people who care. This was done intentionally by someone who was having a bad day and didn't give a crap. I feel sorry for the people who bought the trailers that person worked on. I just wonder what the other employees were thinking when they saw that and you know they did.
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Old 11-25-2014, 10:14 AM   #23
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..(snip) The oven pilot won't stay lit, so I'll have the dealer fix that next spring. .
I had the same problem. With the help of youtube, I gathered some scrap wood and tygon tubing and made a manometer to check LP gas pressure.

there are two reducers to check, the main one by the bottles and one underneath the stove top by the burners.

I found that the main reducer was out of adjustment and not putting out enough pressure. Once adjusted, the oven now works fine.
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Old 12-01-2014, 07:06 PM   #24
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This is what I found on my 2014 jayco white hawk 31dslb I don't think I have write about it the pictures tell the story
You are not alone.... My New 2014 Jay Flight - 23MB
I have an ongoing thread about this. But I figured i better add these to yours.
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Old 12-01-2014, 07:34 PM   #25
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did you fix it your self or did you bring it to the dealer
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Old 12-01-2014, 07:36 PM   #26
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they must have built on the same day
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Old 01-03-2015, 10:27 PM   #27
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Son of a gun, I thought I was looking at my pics. I used a boroscope to see the ducts weren't connected.
One up, my rear bunk house window wasn't sealed, the wall had to be replaced.
Oh, the furnace supply was kinked, we bought elect. heaters till repaired.
The dealer (Camping World Kingston) has gone the extra mile to repair/replace/correct Jayco mfg. deficiencies.
Better to pull covers and check operation/run before signing - don't buy a pig-in-a-poke. Great camp fire conversation.
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Old 01-03-2015, 11:58 PM   #28
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OK. Our first new TT - actually our first EVER TT - will be built this spring. Now I'm worried about my ducting. My PDI won't be for several more months, but I'm not sure how to go about checking out the heating ducts.

With the Thermal Package, the underneath will be heated and sealed. I imagine there no inspection areas to allow a visual check of ducts etc. under there.

Is the process to feel the air flow from each floor duct, and, if one of them seems significantly lower than the other(s), have the dealer pull interior panels to visually inspect the ducts? Or do I just shrug my shoulders and wait until I get it home and locate some kind of camera/bore scope to poke around with?
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when you do your walk through you should be looking at everything. Walls, cabinets inside and out storage areas etc. Also run everything to make sure it works, Furnace, AC, fridge water TV, Stereo. If there are any issues don't sign the papers. I have seen many issues and ppl that accept it, I wouldn't. I had a friend that had blown speakers in his new unit, his answer was to not use the stereo....that is not acceptable in my opinion. If the dealer has not looked and prepped/cleaned all compartments I don't know that I would want to buy something from them. I prefer to buy from someone that cares about how they present the trailers as well and are concerned about their reputation. If you buy form a dealer like that, they have taken care of all the issues before you buy it. What I am trying to say is if you buy from a dealer that allows it on the show room floor with sawdust in the compartments, doors that are not alligned properly etc. you will have issues because they have not checked everything out.
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What got my attention was there was no heat in the back bedroom so I started looking around. I took the luvers off under the refrigerator and found were they used the tinfoil to hold the bottom of the furnace in place that's when I found all the hoses rip open also it was real hot under the cabinets
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