Originally Posted by Hittntherooad
Unfortunately this is commonplace in the rv industry. These type things don't bother as much as some of the major issues. I have gone through my 30.1 and accessed every nook and cranny to see how things are wired and hooked up for future reference. I chased a shower leak for 2 weeks of and on. Finally found out the trap on the shower drain was overtightened and cracked. At least they put an access panel in the wheel well to change it out. I put a clear plastic back over so I can see if anything leaks in the future.
Pretty slick idea ....
I really love our Vegas, it looks great ,has a wonderful floor plan, plenty of power, it is fun to drive and the view through that windshield while going down the road is great.
Problems like the heat pad are small potatoes and easy to fix. But if Thor would be just a little but more careful in the assembly process it would make for a better coach.
I get a kick out of the fact that every time we go on a trip I always find one or two screws on the floor while cleaning up after we get home. You know, those brown self tapping ones that they use on everything.
I save them but hope they were just dropped during assembly but missed during factory clean up.