Thanks for all the input!! I don't know why contacting Thor didn't occur to me. And, thanks for the link to Hehr, based on what I can see from the website (and the detailed PDF), it looks like that is in fact the door I have.
I don't have any pics of the actual problem right now, I'll see if I can get some tomorrow after work.
The door RV door has been sagging for quite a while, and only recently realized that it's because the top hinge his bent. Because of this bend, the door latch barely works and the door hits at top edge and bottom below the latch.
I searched and haven't found any mention of this kind of problem before, but probably missed it.
Any suggestions? I think the previous owner had a run-in with a tree long ago, which I think explains the some of the problem, and I think the trip to Burning Man explains the majority. (Many very drunk people going in and out and hanging on the door.)
Anybody done anything like this? I'm not even sure where to find replacement doors. Are they somewhat standardized?
We have taken our Newfoundland on a couple of cross-country trips, and he loves the adventure, almost as much as the kids do!
On the few occasions where we have had to leave him alone in the RV, I've left the genset running and the AC running.
I don't worry about leaving the windows open when the dog is staying in the RV, since he pretty much scares away anybody that even looks in the windows. If he's crated, we cover all the windows to prevent looking in, but his bark still gets people's attention. That pretty much fixes the security concerns, for us anyway.
I too worry about the genset failing, but even in direct sun in Kansas summer time, the RV didn't heat up inside any quicker than the stick house does. I have no idea if our RV has more insulation than others, but it holds the heat just fine in sub-zero weather as well.
We've had this Newf on a 6K mile trip and an 11K mile trip, and never had a problem. Ok, there was this one time, but it wasn't related to anything we're talking about now. :)