We have a 2012 Bullet Premier 31BH. When the camper is stored (no stabilizing jacks down) the outside kitchen open and closes without problem. When jacks are down (even just slightly) it throws that door off for some reason to the point where I (wife) can't open it, and my husband has to wretch on it pretty bad to get it open. Has anyone else ran into this? Seems odd that after the trailer is leveled from all directions the door THEN gets offline and doesn't open well. It's the bottom left corner that gets so tight that holds it closed. This past weekend while out we did some playing around, (putting various jacks back up, only barely having them touch, to putting a bit more pressure on them than just stabilizing) and whenever those jacks are down is when the door gets thrown off. Thoughts??
~Em & Mike
2013 Outback 250RS
2012 Keystone Premier 31BHPR
2007 Dodge Megacab 2500 Cummins
2007 GMC 1500 Sierra
<2012 many many years of tenting it!
Sounds to me like the frame is twisting much like a Tent trailers door does if it's not setup just right. I don't have an easy sollution other than to take it to the dealer and point out the flaw in design and if you can replicate I'm sure (or hope) they'd reinforce it somehow.
We'll have to find a dealer in the state we live now, we purchased it in Michigan while "home" last Christmas, but we currently live in North Dakota. Guess it's time to find a local dealer for keystone!
We have a 2007 Hornet that we just bought and I find that I have to be careful how I tighten my stablelizer jacks as it will twist the trailer causing the door to open and close hard.But that is clearly stated in my owners manual that I read after some head scratching.
Also explains the cracks at the top corner of the door frame on my 91 and the 2007.