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Old 03-26-2016, 10:51 PM   #11
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You just spent 30k on a trailer, you have the right to be anal! The few things I've found wrong in mine I call about that same day. I don't care when it gets fixed but they are fixing it. Last year I let the list pile up and brought it in at the end of the season for the work to be done. (Obviously nothing major).
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Old 03-27-2016, 11:33 AM   #12
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Of all the issues I found, the only one that bugs me is the carpet. I'm just worried about that the carpet might fall apart now that that glue is gone.

On the other hand, if I complain and they have to order a new carpet from Jayco, how are they going to install it properly given that the carpet from the factory was under the slide wall?

I guess this is a bit of a lesson for me being a first RV in that now I'm starting to see what defects these units come with and I would never take a new trailer home without them resolving PDI issues before taking ownership.

I don't know if I should email Jayco pics of the carpet and ask them in writing whether this is an acceptable warranty fix.
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Old 03-27-2016, 02:47 PM   #13
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Well, I have a 5th but my slide carpet looks like yours and that wrinkle would have made me crazy. Is the part that you are lifting up in the last pictures the same part that was wrinkled in the first pictures? I had never tried to lift mine before (I knew that part of the carpet slides over the other piece of carpet when I bring in my slide) but I just did lift it and it doesn't look anything like that but neither side of my slide goes clear to the wall like (it appears) yours does and of course the part of the carpet next to the wall appears to sort of go under the cabinets - I can't lift it up. I sure wouldn't like it if mine was left that way.
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Old 03-27-2016, 06:13 PM   #14
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Well, I have a 5th but my slide carpet looks like yours and that wrinkle would have made me crazy. Is the part that you are lifting up in the last pictures the same part that was wrinkled in the first pictures? I had never tried to lift mine before (I knew that part of the carpet slides over the other piece of carpet when I bring in my slide) but I just did lift it and it doesn't look anything like that but neither side of my slide goes clear to the wall like (it appears) yours does and of course the part of the carpet next to the wall appears to sort of go under the cabinets - I can't lift it up. I sure wouldn't like it if mine was left that way.
It's the same piece of carpet. The dealer claims they brought in a carpet layer who pulled it tight and shortened the carpet.
You couldn't lift it before because it was fastened under the slide.
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