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Old 01-09-2015, 05:38 PM   #1
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I recently traded in our old motorhome for a 38R Forza. I just joined this forum and after reading all the negative comments about the 38R, I am starting to get a little worried. I really looked forward to buying this motorhome after trading in our old Monaco after all the problems I had with it. Hope I don't have the issues like some of you have had with the full slide out, leaky windshield, and tile floor. My Forza is a demo model with 12k miles. The prop rod for the front hood was broken off and the 50 amp power cord was flattened by something heavy that ran over it. Probably a fork lift or another coach ran over it at an RV show. The LED awning lights were warped and distorted. With that being said, the dealer has replaced the power cord, awning lights, and glued the prop rod bracket back on. I was told the LED awning lights should never be left on for more than 4 hours. I hope if I have any problems that I can learn how to fix them by the people on this forum.


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