Doing it yourself is probably easier if they pay for parts. I bought out of state from a dealer that knew that I had a distance to travel and I asked them to please check over everything and make sure that my tires were up to pressure too. They promised me everything would be taken care of, including the roof inspection. I looked it over when I got there and everything looked good.When I got it part way Home and overnighted in a campground I found some glaring problems. They didnt even put air in the tires. All they did was hose it down ,turn on power, fridge ,and moved slideout. Totally lied to me.
They did ship me some parts but if they had just done a cursory check they could have corrected 90% of the issues. Luckily iI found the tear in the roof of the slide that I corrected with an eternabond patch. Thanks Guys!