I thought I’d start a new thread about the cracked shower tray in my Globecar FamilyScout L camper just in case anyone else has a similar issue in the future so they can find the info easily. I initially mentioned the problem in this thread: https://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/foru...ng-a-globecar-hepl.159230/page-2#post-2478291 Starting with this first post … WARNING - CHECK YOUR SHOWER TRAYS!!!!! Not sure I still 'want' to say Globecars are built well! I've just discovered that the shower tray in ours has cracked in 3 places!!! On closer inspection the 3 places are about an inch long between the 'uprights' that support the removable wooden cover, there is NO support under the edge parts of the tray at all, not on any of the sides - obviously this isn't such an issue on the rear, wardrobe and toilet sides of the tray which you don't 'go near' much but where you access the tray from the main corridor of the camper it gets more use and is seriously NOT made sufficiently well for the purpose it is meant for! Unhappy is NOT the word I'm searching for ... fuming would be the more appropriate one that I can 'say' on a forum, the real words I'm thinking are not repeatable!!!! Of course we're now out of warranty so I'm not sure how I'm going to fix this except to see if I can get it sorted as a 'not fit for purpose' situation as it clearly isn't! I then talked more about it in this thread as things developed: https://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/foru...-with-service-smc.161720/page-13#post-2535509 So time for an update ... As mentioned in the above second thread, after the chap at the dealer told me the other day that Globecar had refused to sort it but that he'd go back to them if I could supply him with more info/evidence so I agreed to send him some more photos showing that we have NO support at all under the front of the tray, hence it is either a design or built fault, so today I had another shuftie at it and managed to get some photos for him which I sent tonight … Picture A - Shower diagram This shows where the 3 cracks are located that are next to the indentation 'channels' which allow the water to run off the surround back into the base of the tray. Pictures B to E - Cracks These show the actual cracks themselves: B - Crack 1 closeup C - Crack 1 with light underneath to show nothing underneath to block light D - Crack 2 closeup E - Crack 3 closeup Pictures F to G - Scraper I was able to push a very large scraper under the shower tray and there was nothing at all preventing this, these pictures show the scraper etc (ignore the white stuff, it's just some bits of the sealant I'd put under the tray to try to support it and stop the cracks getting worse): F - Scraper above tray G - Scraper next to tray H - Scraper under tray Pictures I & J - Under tray These show under the tray as far as I dare lift it - you can clearly see that there is no support whatsoever on the front or under the water channel where crack 1 is: I - Under tray to right of crack 1 - the wood on the right stops where the spiral tambour door sits J - Under tray to right of crack 1 - close up of channel on left (black hole!). I told him that I've corresponded with a chap on the Possl forum and he's had TWO trays replaced to date for the same type of problem so I'm not the only one who's had issues. I also sent him video clips from YouTube: the first one is the start of the video, the second starts where you can see the 'flat' base below the tray and the third starts when the wooden surround is put in. I've said that I think he'll agree with me that this has to be a design/build fault as there's no way that this tray, without support, could be expected to last and the shower is totally unusable now, even using the toilet is tricky as we daren't close off the compartment with the tambour doors! I've asked what his next 'action plan' is. So now it's a waiting game again!