Originally Posted by DOUGandNIKI on YouTube
Thanks so much Ron, we are excited. I'm working my way through all the systems and getting acquainted with it before we take it out for it's first camping adventure. Any sore points I should keep my eyes open for or get out ahead of?
Plan on getting a better mattress or adding a foam topper. I slept on mine for a week then went out and bought a new one.
Get these to help keep the camper cool and block sunlight in the bedroom. They block the roof vents and help keep the unit cool, a little. Bedroom shades could use some help if you like to sleep in, so I keep something to pin on and keep darker.
If you run out of LP and the furnace won't come on, go to the thermostat and turn it to off, and then turn it back on. It should relight and go as normal.
Buy a surge protector to go between the trailer and the campground post.
When traveling I will wedge spare blankets around the table and chairs to keep them from moving. I'm to old and fat to crawl under and hook the strap around chairs.
Keep the recliners on the carpet when traveling, it helps keep them from moving around.
Honestly, I haven't had a real concern with mine, there are some cosmetic fit and finish things, but nothing I haven't been able to deal with. Staples not seated, smudges from sealant, etc.
Stuff in the cabinets will slide around, so add some shelf liners or use the expandable bars to hold stuff.
I'm sure there will be other things, but right now get out and enjoy it!