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Old 03-18-2015, 02:46 PM   #11
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yep,all about $$$$$$ Poor QC just good enuff to send out the door
Pass on to dealer to check and then pass on to consumer.
Back for Warranty work. BLA! BLA! BLA ! LOL!!!!! JMO
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The pin holes and leaks....When I first set up my trailer all the valves worked fine. I went home after turning off the water at the source. I came back two days later and I had a leak in two valves after a few hours of them being turned on but not right away. I replaced all 4 under the kitchen and used metal valves and not the cheap plastic one's that came with the trailer.

It only takes a little frozen water to cause breaks in these plastic valves.
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Old 03-18-2015, 05:22 PM   #13
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yep,all about $$$$$$ Poor QC just good enuff to send out the door
Pass on to dealer to check and then pass on to consumer.
Back for Warranty work. BLA! BLA! BLA ! LOL!!!!! JMO
From Jayco standpoint, I can understand everything is a balance. Some want valves, some want better tires, others want better radio, better mattress, better faucets, better whatever. They could certainly build a top of the line product with all top of the line accents, at a top of the line price. They try to build the best product for each price point, of which they have a number of price points. Unless $ were no issue, I doubt we will ever get a production unit with everything we want.

I'm happy with what I have gotten, and, those things that are important to me, I will add as I can. Overall Jayco does a good job of providing a good value. JMHO .....
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Old 03-18-2015, 09:19 PM   #14
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X2, WAGS. I couldn't afford the TT if it had everything on it I wanted. LOL
Plus, it wouldn't be any fun not having to upgrade and modify, huh?
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Shut off valves / stop valves is one of the first things we install on every rig, on every line, usually along with replacing all faucets. I won't get into the subject of "do you turn your water off when you leave the RV" as that's been discussed on other threads, but I think the OP's situation kind of answers that. We always turn it off when away, whether it's the pump or the park water.
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From Jayco standpoint, I can understand everything is a balance. Some want valves, some want better tires, others want better radio, better mattress, better faucets, better whatever. They could certainly build a top of the line product with all top of the line accents, at a top of the line price. They try to build the best product for each price point, of which they have a number of price points. Unless $ were no issue, I doubt we will ever get a production unit with everything we want.

I'm happy with what I have gotten, and, those things that are important to me, I will add as I can. Overall Jayco does a good job of providing a good value. JMHO .....
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