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Old 08-09-2015, 03:58 PM   #11
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Our 375BHFS was on the line as of this past Wednesday, hoping to pick it up at the dealer this Saturday
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Old 08-09-2015, 04:40 PM   #12
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Dealer received the 377 this past Friday and so the DW, 2YO and I went and looked at EVERYTHING from king pin to bumper. The wife and I could only find a few that we didn't care for. 1) bunk room door is very thin and were hoping that they can put normal door in so daughter doesn't pinch fingers when opening/closing and making it more of a sound barrier. 2) The drawers in the pantry take away a lot of useable space. We would rather have the shelving the whole way through. 3) Light switches could be better placed but this is very minor. (this shows how fussy I am and also states how impressed we are in this unit.)

If this unit would have included the heat pump we would have purchased it on the spot! We will be ordering a new 377 but not sure when is the best time to do it to get the best price?
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Old 08-09-2015, 05:36 PM   #13
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The stereo/DVD isn't all that great.
It is 12 volts
The speakers aren't very spectacular either
Also the door of the cabinet to get to the DVD is above the TV and opens upwards. It has no way to hold itself open. Its pretty dumb. Kids can barely reach it and holding it open and operating the unit is impossible for them.
Keepin DVDs in the cupboard beside the DVD has the same feature, the doors don't stay open.


The stereo is Bluetooth and will play audio from devices, but with the door closed no one can hear you if you try to use your cell connected to it.... again dumb.
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Old 08-10-2015, 05:35 PM   #14
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I have yet to see the backer board for the loft area marked. Is there one?
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Old 08-10-2015, 07:03 PM   #15
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Yes the backer board is marked in the loft area above the bunk room. It is on the wall adjoining the bathroom near the ladder.
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Old 08-13-2015, 04:35 PM   #16
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We purchased a 377 rlbh about a month ago and really like it. It pulls very nicely. However, we have had issues with the leveling system and they are still working to resolve it. I'm sure they'll get it taken care of, but it is a little disappointing.
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Thanks. You may want to look up the thread 36 reqs. Lots of people are having the same problem as you with the leveling system and their screaming. I'm thinking of waiting till jayco resolves a lot of their issues. Not sure what's going on with Jayco��
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Thanks. You may want to look up the thread 36 reqs. Lots of people are having the same problem as you with the leveling system and their screaming. I'm thinking of waiting till jayco resolves a lot of their issues. Not sure what's going on with Jayco��
This is the third manufacturer for Jayco in as many years and they all have their issues. I opted not to go with the leveling due to the issues with 1.0(Attwood) at the time and glad I did.
Is it s nice feature, sure. Is it a necessity, no. I went with $150.00 in addional scizzor jacks and my screw gun, plus I tote a few 2 x 12's for side to side manual leveling.
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Old 08-16-2015, 05:04 PM   #19
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I talked to the Factory on Friday about 3.0. The sales rep said he has not heard of that many issues. I told him to look on here. He is supposed to call me back. As the ground Control 3.0 stories keep coming I'm close to pulling the plug on my order. I'm going to be 6 hours away from the dealer. I'll reply back when I hear from him.
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Old 08-19-2015, 04:19 PM   #20
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I talked to the Factory on Friday about 3.0. The sales rep said he has not heard of that many issues. I told him to look on here. He is supposed to call me back. As the ground Control 3.0 stories keep coming I'm close to pulling the plug on my order. I'm going to be 6 hours away from the dealer. I'll reply back when I hear from him.
I have also talked to a Jayco factory rep who told me the same thing as it relates to Ground Control 3.0. I do not believe the factory personnel read this or the Open Range Owners' forum (at least with their eyes open). Did the rep call you back?

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