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Old 08-10-2012, 05:55 PM   #21
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I have had my 330 for about a little over a year now and have had some issues with a couple of items but nothing to serious.I dont feel to bad when a buddy of mine spent about $250K on his motor coach and has had more issues then me,so sometimes no matter how much you spend these days they still dont make them like they used to.I love the floor plan on my 330 it fits our family perfect so I hope I can get to use it with no more issues...Good luck
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Old 08-10-2012, 10:07 PM   #22
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All camper manufacturers have problem units. We love the floor plan and all the nice things about our 330RLTS we just hope the problms that came with it will end. We steered our son to another brand when he bought his new bunkhouse trailer last fall. The brand he bought has been trouble free for about a year now and we are still dealing with problems. Hopefully the problems will end before the warranty expires.
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Old 08-11-2012, 12:12 AM   #23
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WOW I feel lucky I took delivery of my 2012 330rlts in April and so far the only issue was a bad co detector. Dealer exchanged it no problem. My unit is on a permanent site. (Jersey Shore) we have over 50 nights logged in it already. I went over it with a fine tooth comb on dealer walk through and only found a few issues that were fixed while we finalized the paperwork. I did have mine special ordered through my dealer and waited almost 6 months for it. There are a few spots where the staples are noticeable but some colored crayons have been my friend with the wood trim...
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Old 09-10-2013, 08:37 PM   #24
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An update. March and April 2012,all problems fixed under warranty.No hassles or complaints from Jayco.A local dealer had to have a body shop refinish the 3 places where nails were protruding from the siding.Weve camped over 30 days so far this year and no more new or old problems found.Weve since grown to love the generous floor space of the TT.Dont know how we ever thought our old prowler was nice.All in all,the Jayco differences are worth it.
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Old 09-10-2013, 08:43 PM   #25
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An update. March and April 2012,all problems fixed under warranty.No hassles or complaints from Jayco.....snip
Thread updates are always appreciated.., and glad to hear that things got turned around.

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Yup, good to hear the issues were taken care of. We had a similar situation. Our first Jayco (popup) was perfect...never a problem. The 2nd (17C hybrid) had a fairly long list of issues, a couple major, most minor, that the dealer fixed. Our current trailer (2013 264BH) we've had for almost a year and nary a problem. We hope this isn't a pattern and our next will have issues. It doesn't matter, though, because Jayco is the only camper we seriously consider.
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Old 09-11-2013, 10:20 AM   #28
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Dissapointed in 2012 330 rlts quality

It's all luck.

My 2013 26bh has only had one issue I've noticed.

The electric element if the water heater isn't working. But I haven't checked fuses etc yet.
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:20 PM   #29
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Dissapointed in 2012 330 rlts quality

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Seems to me the dealer might/should have found something on their inspection or with you on your PDI. Hard to believe they all cropped up in three short weeks. Some must have existed at time of purchase. I hope everything is fixed and you can get the sour taste out of your mouth.

Was at Jayco in Middlebury, In, late June this year. Was told this by the Jayco person manning the Visitor Center Desk and I quote, "for example, if the quota was to build five Pinnacles and they had them done by late shift Thursday night there was no production on Friday and the crew was off for the weekend". I can only ask, what can you expect for quality? My wife heard the same comment. Have not had the quality in my unit that I was lead to believe Jayco produced.
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Old 09-11-2013, 07:00 PM   #30
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Was at Jayco in Middlebury, In, late June this year. Was told this by the Jayco person manning the Visitor Center Desk and I quote, "for example, if the quota was to build five Pinnacles and they had them done by late shift Thursday night there was no production on Friday and the crew was off for the weekend". I can only ask, what can you expect for quality? My wife heard the same comment. Have not had the quality in my unit that I was lead to believe Jayco produced.

Well we have always heard folks having issues say "my rig must have been built on a Friday" but it could have been a Thursday night build!
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