I am getting a bit frustrated with Jayco June 12, 2008, 10:38:30 am Yahoo Message Number: 1189Getting the RV ready for its first trip and had a few irritatingissues come up. First, the gas strut to hold the coach door opendecided to die, so we now use bungee cords to hold the door open.Nice look on a brand new RV.That is a minor annoyance compared to the fact the Powergear levelerhas no idea of what level is and pretty much always thinks the rearright needs to be raised. Okay, so I have to recalibrate it, no bigdeal.....until the dealer tells me not to recalibrate it in case it isa bad circuit board, and if I mess with it I will void the warranty.Hmmmmmmmm.Why, you may ask, did I bother to call the dealer? Well that was toexpress my concern that when the front levelers are down, the driver'sdoor will not open, or if open, will not shut. I checked and the doorlatch is a full 1/4" or more off when the levelers are down. Nosimple adjustment is going to fix this and it doesn't seem right. Ifound this a bit distressing. I am still waiting for the replacementbackup camera monitor anyway, so I guess it is no great hardship thatI need to drive the RV an hour away for another service visit. Theyhad it about a month last time for minor repairs. Most of that timewas spent fighting with Jayco over what they would and would not coverand waiting for parts.I don't know what Jayco will do on the leveler. Probably tell me Ishouldn't need to use the driver's door with the jacks down anyway, sono big deal. I have had to fight them on almost every warranty issueand they still refuse to fix the rear bumper, which is 1.5" higher onone side than the other. Purely cosmetic, you see...not under warranty.When I picked the thing up from its long stay at the dealer last time, the service guy went over what Jayco would not authorize repairs forand why. When he explained that a sliding door that would not latchwas "engineered" that way and so nothing could be done, the otherservice guy a few feet away actually began laughing. I would havefound it funny, too. We agreed that jayco's explanation translated to"You are lucky the door closes at all."Later, the service writer I had been working with stood looking at mybumper, shook his head and said it looked terrible, that he had neverseen a bumper that far off level and I should write to Jayco again andsend more photos. I suggested I might just get a bumper sticker madethat reads "Jayco thinks this bumper is level""Located in the heart of Amish country and with a history dating backto 1968, Jayco's mission has remained unchanged since the beginning:to build exemplary RV's and provide customers with extraordinaryservice after the sale."I don't know whether to laugh or get angry when I read that.