1) First trip out Hydraulic line to rear stabilizer blew out. We were in Ely Nevada, it cost a $1000.00 to get someone out to unhook all the hydraulic lines for the jacks to force them up. Had to drive to Twin Falls Idaho to get it repaired at a dealer. Had to stay in the rig for two days in their parking lot until they could have a new hydraulic line made and installed.
2) The hydraulics have never worked right since it takes forever to get enough pressure in them to get the front up to hook to the truck.
3) Next time out while driving on the highway all the molding and trim came off both slide outs and was piled all over the middle of the rig.
4) The top power switch for the generator went out and had to be replaced.
5) The back garage bathroom water connectors blew while we were away from the trailer and flooded the back garage. Yes, we use a regulator we have been RVing for over 30 years.
6) The kitchen island sinks water connectors blew out on another trip and flooded the main living area while we were out.
7) We now cannot use any city water hook ups as we now have a major leak coming from under the rig if we hook up to city water. We now must fill the water tank and use the water pump in order to have any water in the rig.
8) Now do to all the water leaks we have a terrible odder in the rig that just will not go away. The front storage smells like a decomposing body. And no nothing is dead in the trailer.
I did all my research before we purchased this rig, and the reviews were amazing, and everyone seemed to enjoy their Dutchman / Voltage. I regret the day I ever sold my Jayco Seismic this has been nothing but a nightmare. Unfortunately, we have been living in the rig full time the last 5 months while our new house is being built. So, the thousands of dollars of repairs have had to be done by mobile RV repair while we are traveling and cannot take the rig into a dealer. Buyer beware my last two rigs were Jayco’s, and I should have stayed with a brand that worked.