Dbadger777- Loose screws may be the least of the problems. There are few robots merrily putting RV bodies on chassis. At times the new guy is unsupervised...
Worth your while to check screws, latches, nuts & bolts, electrical connections and plumbing fittings. Look at the sealant around windows, slide gaskets and roof fittings. Loose wiring connections on transfer switches has been a common complaint. Microphone for dash radio left coiled up behind the dash.
Check for wiring pulled tight or crushed. Ducting connections should be checked at the furnace and the vent.
My RV had few problems, but one I corrected was the 12volt wires for the overhead lights are routed thru the aluminum tubing, the holes for the wiring had very ragged edges. I put cable sleeves on all the wires after smoothing the holes.
It's common problem with almost all manufacturers, any distraction or a worker just getting behind can pass problems on to you.
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1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado