Well, the day finally came! We picked up our trailer yesterday and brought it home. We had a very knowledgeable technician give us an extensive walkthrough, and everything works perfectly. Hitched he up and brought her home. Plan was to park on the street in front of the house, set up and start putting thing in their places. That was the plan...
We leveled side to side OK and went to unhitch from the tow vehicle. Except the electric tongue jack would not work. Checked trailer lights and they worked, so assumed battery was fine. Plugged into 110 outlet and still would not work. I did not expect it to but tried anyway. Got a socket and attempted to crank it down manually, but it would not move wit a fair amount of force and I did not want to break something. It was too late in the day to get back to the dealer before they closed, and I needed to figure a way to get disconnected! So I called the dealer and finally got a technician on the line. He told me to turn the ratchet clockwise, and not worry about too much force. I did and it worked, so I was able to jet the jack down and unhitch! Whew, what a relief. I'm taking it in 1st thing Monday to see what's wrong and get it fixed.
So we finished setup and put a few things away, but mostly just hung out inside and explored
Ran the fan but not the AC compressor, and it was cool enough that we decided (after much begging from the grand daughter!), to do a camp driveway and spent the night in the trailer.
All in all, in spite of the tongue jack issue, it was great to bring our new (to us) trailer home, and we all slept wonderfully!