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Is this a new camper or a used one?Was this bought from a dealer or privately?
What has the dealer said so far?
Then here is the law quickly.
You cannot change your mind when there is a valid binding contract. But in your case you clearly did not get what you paid for. In fact in court you would argue that the dealer breached his contract with you.
So tell that to the dealer now and you can say that you got some legal information already and if necessary your next step will be to retain a lawyer. You need a new trailer or a full refund.
It's not about time limits because you don't have the option to return unless you didn't get what you paid for and then there is no limit.
But the real point is that you don't want something that is supposed to be perfect because it is brand new and instead it is faulty so they don't get the option of repairing something repeatedly that should not have been broken to begin with.