Originally Posted by TB88
Traded in 2005 Cruiser CF28CK for a 2014 Cruiser 335SS.I had good luck with the 2005 unit.Just picked up the new unit drove it home from the dealer 15 miles away through a light rain.Opened up slides and found every window except the bedroom had water inside the sills the worst being the two skinny back ones at the back.where the water was running out of the sills down the wall.Also I cannot figure out howthe watergot into the two windows on either end of the dinette as they are not exposed to the outside during travel.Also noted the electric jacks at the back descend at different rates with the drivers side touching the ground way ahead of the passengers side one.I can also push the electric motor in about I inch.Needless to say my wife and I are not toimpressed,and am afraid of what else is in store for us
The jacks will adjust themselves for uneven ground - you may just need to pull on one side to get them into 'equal alignment". I put wooden blocks or plastic blocks under them if the ground is not level side to side.
Never had any water come in when driving through the rain. I did recheck all of our window seals and had to add some RTV on a couple of the side windows where they cut the seal too short.
The probably washed the unit with and the water got in the drain holes for the windows. Take a close look at the window and you will see drain holes/slots in some. make sure they are not clogged/plugged.
I would check things out while you have it parked at home - double check the pre-inspection performed by the dealer.
Also, you may want to put all of the slides out and hose the unit down and look for any leaks - I did it to ours when I got it home.
Edited by: NorskeNY