Originally Posted by oldmanAZ
I'll be following the PDI in the JOF and plan to be very thorough. However, in that PDI there was no mention of removing panels as a normal step of the PDI.
So, I'll pay close attention to the air flow at all of the registers when checking the furnace. And I'll be sure my screwdriver is not far away.
This is no time to be trusted friends with the dealer. The only thing he wants today is your money then he'll fix those " little things" when you have an appointment. Either before PDI or after OR BOTH, do your inspection ,now this is on your time not theirs so they shouldn't object. You'll need your screwdriver, flash light, and your camera phone to peek around those corners inside the cabinets, inside access panel at shower base and every access panel that has screws. You'll be surprised at all the hidden spaces you can't see from the standing up position.
Visit your dealer and check out a few trailers almost like yours and do a practice inspection. You are going to learn so much ahead of time for your real one.
Make sure your sinks are caulked properly all the way around and you make sure all water connections are tight.