You're gonna find stuff like that in the first year. By the time you've gone through it, it will truly be yours. Great fun
The inside looks GREAT
The separate washer / dryer takes up a lot of storage. If you don't plan to take long trips you may want to remove and store them. But save them incase you sell it some day. The water shut offs are under the bottom drawer just to the left of the washer. There is a dedicated 15 AMP outlet just behind and to the right of the washer. I used it for the Dirt Devil Vacuum I added.
The TV up front looks glass tube. You'll want to replace it with a LCD to reduce the weight in the overhead compartments. All the weight will compromise the seal of the front cap to the roof and cause a leak that isn't immediately noticeable because the water gets caught by the plastic on the bottom of the compartments. Check the caulking on the front and back cap seams. If it's bad EternaBond Tape is a good solution. About the only other place in the roof that is prone to leak after this many years is the skylight. While on the roof be careful around the Air Conditioner shrouds they become brittle with age and break easy if you use them for leverage to get back on your feet. New ones are available but you don't need the expense for a while. Don't ask me how I know this
Don't wait too long to strap down the jack tank.
This was a great buy. DW is concerned that ours isn't worth more than that. But I think you found the best buy in the country for any make Motor Home period.