Generally when one arrives at Red Bay you are assigned a number and you wait, sometimes 3 or more weeks, for your number to come up. So, it was quite a shock to arrive at Red Bay on the afternoon of Dec. 21 and to be in the service bay at 7 AM the next morning. Even more of a shock, we had 4 teams of technicians working on our motorhome. It seems that most people had given up and gone on to wherever it is they were going for Christmas, and there were more technician teams than there were motorhomes that needed to be serviced.
One team addressed an issue we had with the blinds on our passenger side window.
A technician worked on caulking in our sink.
Another team addressed issues we had with the cruise control.
And, one team raised the roof.
We had trouble with the bathroom door flying open as we motored down the road.
It turns out that there was a gap between the door and the wall.
A gap that got larger as you looked down the wall.
As we trundled down the road, bumps would cause the latch to disengage,
thus allowing the door to open and smash into the refrigerator.
The back wall had moved, or more likely, had never been in the right location.
Jack the roof up, and push the wall forward!
The holes in the floor are where the wall had originally been anchored to the floor.
The holes were covered by a piece of trim,
and now everything works wonderfully!