My dad owns a Rockwood 2011 trailor. Firstly i would love to say our
first time using our Rockwood was a great expierience, but
unfortunatlly, upon setting up, when we got to the campsite, my dad was
sitting at the dining area; watching t.v, he tried to play the volume
through the radio system, which didn't work, we couldn't even hear our
secondly, me and my family were sitting at our dinner table about
to eat, when overtop our head there is a wooden cabnet which holds a
light, fell ontop of my fathers head. My dad had to go to walmart and
buy wood glue and two C-clamps to put the panels back together so they
wouldn't fall on us anymore.
Thirdly, When we went to open the refrigreator door, the wood panels both on the freezer and the refrigerator door; fell completley out. My dad had to completley reinstall them there.
Also, when we were using our new bathroom, me and my mom were shaving and taking showers and it worked fine.. but when my youngest sister tried to take a shower; the raw sewage backed up into the tub onto my sisters pretty little feet. Because they tied the tub into the black holding tank, Which is environmentally unsafe, A holding tank is to be seperate; & should only hold raw sewage so it can break down,and disspose of the raw sewage inside.
Ask them if they would like my dad to take a dump onto there dishes? It would be the same thing.
And once my dad put it into a factory authorized dealer, he has been
given nothing but excuases as of why these things don't work. therefore
he thinks River Forest should contact Chesco RV(4106790000)
immendiatll, & fix ALL of the above problems with our new camper.
Or we can contact our lawyer .. I would appreciate if they would own up to
there product name & stand behinde there waranty & contact Chesco Rv of
Joppa Town, Maryland again, 4106790000.
Wait a minute , i forgot something .. I will also put it all over youtube ! Im just a concerned 14 year old that just wants to go camping. Signed - Vera victoria Stonesifer .
Product or Service Mentioned: Forest River Rv.
Monetary Loss: $3.