2017 Keystone Montana 3820FK 5th Wheel
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Jessica Maxwell from Washington says:

We have had nothing but problems with this unit and the company When we bought the unit our air conditioner would not work, they attempted to repair t

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We have had nothing but problems with this unit and the company When we bought the unit our air conditioner would not work, they attempted to repair the air conditioner and since then every time it rains large amounts of water come in through the intake vents ruining walls, mattress, floors. They attempted to fix this problem six separate times unsuccessfully. The unit still leaks. We are now in the middle of a lawsuit with both companies and they will not take responsibility for making and selling a poorly constructed unit. A complete nightmare. Do not buy a Keystone product, they stand behind nothing.
- Jessica Maxwell, Washington

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2019-08-26 2017 Keystone Montana 3820FK View Listings

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We absolutely loved the floor plan but have many performance issues that are disappointing, especially since these were known problems and Camping World was unable to address during the warranty period. The air conditioning on this unit is poor. When it's 95 out, the best cooling we can get it maybe 85-87 degrees inside. The dealer said after 2 visits that everything was great, but threw a new thermostat in just to say they did something. We've now learned that this whisper quiet duct system collapses and is a common issue. Nothing wrong with the Dometic units - they work fine. The ducts are collapsed so not enough air can be moved. They advertise this as a unit that can be lived in up to 100 degrees. That is true if you don't mind it being 88-90 inside with both A/C units running full blast. Keystone also apparently tried to save some money on wiring and shared the circuit between the fridge and the front powered roof exhaust. So when you turn on the roof fan, the fridge faults and turns off. The only fix is obviously running a completely new circuit for the roof vent or fridge. Since I'm now out of warranty, I guess we're on our own. We've had the usual trim pieces that fall off, especially in the dinette area. The wheel housing plastic trim looses 1/2 the screws every 500 miles or so. Finally gave up on having them stay in and used sealant to fix. I supposed a lot of this is normal RV stuff, but knowing this now, I wouldn't pay the premium price for the alleged top of the line Montana. I won't go into the sealant job on the roof - there was no attempt to make it look like it was applied by someone who cared. It's all over the membrane, but the good news is it doesn't leak.
- Craig Allen, Utah

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2019-07-11 2017 Keystone Montana 3820FK View Listings

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So disappointed in our purchase of a brand new unit. Thought we were buying one of the best designs within our budget, but we were so wrong. I have only worked on it or have had service work on it since we have owned it brand new. It all started with hydraulics, 5hen heater, then slide out module, batteries, electric recliners, and on and on . We paid over 50,000.00 for this to only pour thousands into it and have it worked on every time we get it out of garage. Yes we have it inside always when we are not using it. It has been the worst thing we have done. We have only used it a month out of the two years we have owned it, and of course warrantee was out the first year. I’m fearful of getting it out at all anymore because every time we do it’s another bill to pay because something has gone wrong. It’s a sad thing any more when you can’t get quality things for hard earned money!! If I could return it I would by now but we keep telling ourselves it will get better but it hasn’t. I hope that providing this review that who ever reads it will truly consider buying another brand. This is the second Rv we have owned. We owned a cheaper brand of rv for 13 years before this one and never had the problems we have had in this one. Don’t get me wrong, the floor plan on this model is best we have seen, we love it, but quality of products in the building and stocking of it are cheap.
- Gary jones, Oklahoma

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2017-06-16 2017 Keystone Montana 3820FK View Listings

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Bought this RV, took it out for the first time in June. The front AC unit blows hot air and has water building up inside of it. The stairs feel like the heater is on beneath them. So in the kitchen it's probably 100+ degrees. The rear unit is set to 55 degrees and barely blows cold air. Needless to say this has been a miserable trip.Lost a fender off one of the slide outs while driving down, was missing two screws. Fan was missing screws also on one blade, so was dragging and wouldn't work. Wooden piece in kitchen was off when we opened the slide outs. Another major negative is you can't get in the unit with the slides closed. The bedroom door piece that keeps it on the track is broke. So much for spending 60k+ on a nice LOOKING RV! Very poorly built!
- Julie Jones, Texas

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