There are no nightstands or convenient places to put a book, tablet, or smartphone next to the king-sized bed in the ’16 Outback 324CG. So I created our own using some of our shelves we purchased from Target. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
(Update: I decided to fix the lambrequin myself. The dealer was backlogged and they couldn’t get us in before a few scheduled trips. I had let it hang down by the one screw so they could see the problem, but that caused it to bow. I should’ve just removed the whole thing after the one side fell. Anyway, it’s secure now and will never fall again thanks to Gorilla Glue on the fastener threads!)
After a very long and stressful drive up to Yosemite last weekend in the pitch black for a quick weekend trip, we discovered our very next warranty item we’ll be filing with Keystone. Yippee. =\
This is the valence over the dinette and it’s only (was) held by two screws?! The left side must’ve got a stud, but the middle one pushes in and out easily with nothing but the thin Luanan to bite into… and there isn’t a third or more! The blinds and the curtains are mounted to the valence, and the valence is mounted to the ceiling. This should be secured much better than the evidence shows, especially since every time you want to close a shade you’re pulling down on the whole assembly!
Shame on you Keystone – you should be better than this. I could fix it, but there’s principles here.