At the very top of the pic circled in red, if you can tell from the pic, there is a gap between the wall frame and wood covering the sliding door track. Further down the wall , where my oven mitts are, the wall itself is no longer straight and seems to have a buckle in it like the line I have drawn.
About a month ago my husband put 2 jacks under the trailer to support the frame. I do believe he had them jacked up about an inch. I have since gotten him to remove them. Could that have caused this to happen?
The level indicators on the outside of the trailer were obviously not installed correctly as new lines where marked on them to indicate level. I now use a level inside the trailer to judge. The problem is that our main living area is reading level while the upper/bedroom level isn't.
It is my understanding that most of the weight for the trailer should not be on the stabilizing jacks however my husband has a huge issue with trailer movement and adjusts jacks accordingly. Perhaps putting less and less weight on the wheels.
Also the sliding door between the bedroom and living area seems to be off its track. How do I fix that?