||Day one, November 30, 2007, on first turn out of sales lot, doors swung open, contents fell out. Visit after visit to repairs shops including 500 miles back to LazyDays near Tampa, Fl, we still couldn't get doors to stay shut in transit. February 2009, at Lazy Days it was determined that the ignition was the problem. Homeward trip proved repair inadequate. We finally began to get results after trip to Perry, GA in March 2009. Doors now do not hold shut when travelling. Kelsey agreed to replace control board for gas operation and replace gaskets.
Upon returning home, local RV dealer was told to replace control board, but to put WOODEN DOWELS in latches to correct the problem of locks not holding. This didn't work. Early July 2009, Dometic sent 4 new doors to local dealer to replace defective ones. Alas, no door locks were included. We were told locks would be shipped Friday, July 24th (we missed campouts all month long, then Global World Series games where our grandson participated) only to find out on July 28th that the locks had not be sent, that the plant where they are manufactured is closed until 8/15/09, and the earliest that the locks and doors could be installed would be end of August. In a subsequent call to Kelsey on 7/28/09, I was assured locks will be shipped on 7/29/09.