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Old 05-15-2019, 04:51 AM   #1
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Look what I found crawling under my new 2019 25rds T. Bolts hold the stabilizers to the frame. They were dangling on both front and rear. I also found cracked speaker mounting hole, drawer slide with ball bearings missing, water heater element 110 spade connector not plugged in. Drawer catches loose. Dave in parts is sending me new ones. Hmmm.
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Maybe a Monday or Friday Build?

Not excusing it...but a possible explanation.
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Old 05-15-2019, 12:15 PM   #3
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I wonder why one bolt has a flat washer and the other one does not, what does the other side look like?
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They all look the same. The nut thats loose has serrated collar underneath to bite into whatever it tightens against.
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Sad, but pretty normal for all the builders.

I found some issues like this when ours was new. Just went ahead and fixed them myself.

Wait until you look inside the spaces behind the cabinet drawers on the flooring! Check these spaces for dust and debris that they don't clean out. Even found some inside the converter area sucking dust into the unit!

I could go on......
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Well, I am a fixer. I like to tinker with things and when I find things that need it I take care of it. These things in no way discourage me. I am confident I purchased a great product. Just need to follow up on a few details.
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