My 2008 Winnebago Destination was purchased in August of 2008. After our last trip, I had a few problems that needed attention. So, I put it in the Service Shop of Holiday World of Houston (South) for the repairs. To wit:
1 - Driver slide-out making horrible banshee screeching noise when retracting
2 - Door awning would not extend or retract without holding the button in. After three seconds it should continue to move until fully extended or retracted. Also, Wind Sensor lights would not come on.
3 - Both front compartments have paint peeling and rusting
4 - Roof sealant needs inspection at one spot that appears different
5 - Missing one front amber marker cover
6 - Identify part on driver slide - middle, 1 foot from top edge.
1- They found a broken pin on a roller for #1 and fixed and greased the slide mechanism.
2 - Replaced awing controller for door awning
3 - Sanded and repainted both front compartments
4 - Roof sealant does not need work
5 - Replaced amber marker light.
6 - Identified part on driver slide as a drain-out for awning locking system.
Now the amber light was missing because of a helium filled balloon, with an object on a string, striking against the windshield and dragging up as we were traveling 65 mph on the Interstate.
Everything I mentioned was covered under Winnebago original warranty. Different parts have different warranties, such as the awning by A&E are 2 or 3 years. I'm not sure of all the different time frames on the different warranties, but Holiday World of Houston was the primary contact for all work and they received the authorizations from Winnebago.
So, thank you Winnebago for backing up your product, and thank you Holiday World for your work and help in fixing the problem areas.
Of course, if it breaks in a week I'll recant this post!!!
p.s., my part of the cost was for the amber cover purchase and replacment for $12 and some pennies.