Utah DOES have a new vehicle lemon law that applies to motor homes, but it only applies to ones that weigh less than 12,000 pounds. Check the manufacturer's website and the paperwork you got from the sale to see if you can verify that it comes in under those limits. You could also call the manufacturer or dealer to see if they can tell you.
Assuming that it IS under 12,000 pounds, the lemon law says that a person has a right to get the vehicle replaced IF it has been out of commission based on the same problem 4 or more times OR it must have been out of service for more than 30 days after you bought it. Note that if the manufacturer has set up any sort of arbitration program, you're required to follow it before you can file a Lemon Law complaint. Usually, if there is one, it's noted in the back of the owner's manual. That's your starting point. The problems must be something that materially affects the safety, use, or market value of the vehicle. Water pouring from the ceiling is going to do that. You'd just need to be able to establish that all of the other repairs did the same. Time spent in the shop waiting ONLY minor repairs would not be counted toward the 30 days.
If the manufacturer will not replace the vehicle, you can file a complaint with the state through their website.
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