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Old 12-15-2015, 08:40 AM   #29
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First and foremost...

Patience.

Secondly...

A sense of humor.
Added the above to the TOP of my list. Also added stuff to fix the roof. I'm planning on subscribing to Coach-net and adding a couple of additional fire extinguishers.
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Old 12-15-2015, 08:43 AM   #30
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Buy Happy Camper to go in the black tank and throw away those chemicals. Works much better.

Get a good tire pressure gauge such as Wilton that goes up to 150psi and that you can reach the inside dual tire with. Unless the previous owner turned the valves around, that is hard to reach.

I consider it essential to get and install a Pro-Fill system on the house batteries. You have 6 and the cables route over the fill caps making it really hard to check the water in them and fill to the correct level. You don't need this until you get home but I strongly recommend.

CO detectors life is 5 yrs and so I would ask the dealer to go ahead and replace it. 2011 most likely built in 2010.
Melmoses,

Thanks for the reminder on the tire gauge, CO lifespan and Pro-Fill system. I remember reading about the Pro-Fill but forgot to add it to my list. As part of the deal, I had the dealership install new chassis and house batteries.

I decided on Happy Camper stuff, I'll give it a try.
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