Hello all, bought a 94 Jayco 1207 last week and went out with it for the first time this weekend. Overall, it was great. I just have a few questions and have a couple issues that I hope shouldn't be too hard to fix. 1. How do you know how high to put the pop up? -There's no indicator line on the corner supports to tell me where to stop 2. Do you lower the pop up back onto the door frame? -This was a confusing one for us as we've never used a pop up before. What we did was raise the pop up until it looked about right, and then tried swinging the doorframe down into place. The problem we ran into was that the ends of the door frame on the non hinge side would not stay in where the little 1/4" tab looks like it goes. It kept pulling out. What we did was put the door in place and my dad held it while I lowered the pop up a bit. This resulted in it pretty much sitting on the doorframe to put the weight of the roof on it and hold it in place. Is this correct? 3. Are they supposed to be that shaky side to side? -It almost seems like it needs a diagonal support. Pushing the pop up side to side on the canvas even slightly results in the roof/corner supports moving a lot. Is that normal? 4. 3 way fridge confusion - We got it working and on 110 AC the fridge got nice and cold by the morning, but I think we simply got lucky. There is a dial with 12V, off, and 110V written on it. But when you turn the dial, the whole dang assembly moves instead of the dial pointing to which voltage. Above the dial, is what looks like an open/close valve for a gas line. To the left of the valve, is a temperature gauge But then, to the right of those controls, is another temperature guage which what looks like a grill spark ignitor (the red depress button) and then another gas line open/close valve Hard to tell which mode the fridge is in as there's nothing to indicate which of the 12V, Off, and 110V is currently selected (we went by clicks and got it right), and there's no indication for how to switch the fridge to propane mode? Picture here for clarity- http://i.imgur.com/OC5pwlr.jpg 5. This was possibly the biggest concern, how do you fasten the canvas to the door frame? - The way we did was there's a little fold over on the canvas where the seem on the end is, that if you do it carefully can fit under a rim in the door frame. This fold into the ledge method tho is very weak and if there was any wind it would pop it right out. Many time, simply going in and out of the door caused it to come out and then a 1" gap around the door, or even just enough time and it will come out. There is velvco up top (seemingly on the wrong side of the canvas) that you can stretch to pull it tight that seems to help a little but not near enough and would never hold up when needed in wind and rain. Should I add Velcro along the canvas? There is already the male (hook) end of the Velcro in the doorframe, should I just add a strip of the female (fuzzy/loop) to the canvas where it lines us after doing the tiny tuck along the edge? bad pic, but maybe helps my description- http://i.imgur.com/yHRbDxRr.jpg 6. Sink drain leaks badly -The Jayco has the foldover sink and counter, and the drain has to sit into another drain in the lower section that then leads to the outlet outside. On our last day, I had the sink about 1/4 full of water doing dishes and then pulled the plug to drain it. When packing up to leave, I found standing water on the ground of the cabinets under there and traced it back to where the two drains meet and a lot of water between the two sections. Are there new gaskets I should be looking at so that the drain coupling point has a proper fit? trip was fantastic, and camper was awesome. Just here asking questions so that next time when I take my newer to camping wife with instead of meeting my dad it can be better.