Key; Thanks for the list! Checked most of those. No overt signs of leakage, but will be resealing as soon as weather permits anyway.
Well the mystery of the slow start is solved; There was an interstate group 27 deep cycle marine/RV battery with only 600 CCA for the start battery! Cummins recommends minimum of 950 (more if cold). There were also 2 Nappa group 27 deep cycle batts as well with 700 CCA. So my plan to start the beast if the start battery failed was to through the "auxiliary start switch" in the glove compartment that ties all three batts together for a starting. That was a well thought out addition from airstream!
Need to get a new start batt now before the first trip with it.
Figured out horn(s) don't work
I was so looking forward to that!
Found Original CB, need to plug it in tomorrow and give it a check.
Found original aft camera housing. Will rehab with modern camera and put back up. New version on back doesn't fit in with style (or lack there of! LOL!)
Inside/outside temp display doesn't work
heaters are acting finicky. Finally got front one working, but the back one nodda. Worked great when I inspected it in Oct and on trip back.
Entrance door is slightly askew. Top hinge seemed loose. Tightened but didn't really fix. also small gap at bottom.
water tank appears to be clean and never used.... Will take closer look tomorrow.
Figured out the keypad lock. Funny story. At our last sto pon the trip home, the wife asked what the key pad did. I told her it locked/unlocked the deadbolt. She off course asked what the number was. So I told her (having read it in the manuals margin) Sooo before I know it she punches it it and yup it locked the dead bolt! Well, cool... But when she put it in again, it didn't open!! So after a few minutes of panic and repeated trying the number, the keys and everything else... It finally clicked open! So with a sheepish smile Felicia just said " I am going to go back to the car now." LOL!
Took down all the curtains so they can be dry cleaned. They are not to bad, so we will see what can be done. Luckily no prior smokers.
I also seem to have a unique floor plan. My manual shows the corner queen, east west queen and twins for the 350. Mine has a middle fore aft queen with walk around on both sides. There are no external access doors in the bedroom.
Still need to look into the belt squeal on the engine. The truck shop that went over it before I picked it up replaced the alternator, and tension pulley. The new belt they claim is the correct one, but stated the splines are mismatched. It is either a 6 or 7 ribbed belt and doesn't quite match right.
When they replaced the tension device with a new one from cummins, the bracket was reversed by cummins so it rubbed the A/C belt. They took the A/C belt off. Not to worried about it but would like to get it figured out.
Here is a pic after her bath today. Did the outside and spent a good amount of time underneath spraying down everything with clean water. got all the road grip and chemicals off the running gear etc!
Now we just have to name her!