Lemme clarify... they haven't sat for 2 years... its just that *I* haven't driven one in two years
I drove the 2020 from PA to FL in 2020 and parked it and used it while my house in FL is under construction. That's the Roadtrek.
I bought the 2018 Airstream Interstate while the Roadtrek was in the shop for a ridiculous about of time. I learned from the Roadtrek that I wanted a lot of what the Airstream has.
They both lived behind the house in FL, on shore power, and when their starter batteries died we got solar battery tenders and paid more attention.
Last year we moved to TX. We drove a car.
Our friends who are also RV techs (really great techs) drove the RVs to us and parked them.
Everything running fine, except the infotainment center in the 2020 (MBUX) which never worked.
On shore power.
That was September.
I used them as warehouses from the move from Florida, they lived at my house in TX.
I was getting the 2020 Roadtrek registered in TX which required a couple steps, insurance, inspection, registration... along with a lot of other stuff you can imagine...
The Roadtrek went in to the Mercedes Dealer for inspection in November but due to a snafu they forgot it was there. (and I wasn't thinking about shutting down the inverter when it left)
I drove to PA in the car after Thanksgiving and returned on Christmas, asked about my Roadtrek at the dealer and surprise got it done... but by the time they had it done I got Covid for Christmas.
January they swapped the Roadtrek for the Airstream (again I did not think about the inverter) and I plugged it in to shore power. But they hadn't fixed the infotainment console.
They said the Airstream could use a new starter battery, and it was old. I got the new starter battery. They brought back the Airstream and took the Roadtrek.
It took me a week to plug the Airstream in to shore power.
I waited for the Roadtrek to come back, I was going to start going through them together.
The Roadtrek comes back, I plug it in and both of them are having problems.
The Airstream display wont light. (Multiplex, from the title of this thread)
The Roadtrek also wasn't getting power to the coach (I'll spare you, its not an Airstream).
The tech said that the Roadtrek Lithium batteries were good, but he thinks the electrical system that serves it with 12V is messed up.
And the new starter battery on the Airstream was dead.
So that's where we are... *I* haven't driven an RV in two years but they were AOK except for the infotainment system.
You empowered me, reminds me what RVing is about. Its nice sure to have someone come do the work for you but in the end its about doing it yourself.
The Mercedes people kinda stranded me. Didn't want to send someone to pick it up if I couldn't assure them it would start.
I moved the Roadtrek (it was in front of the Airstream) ... and I did NOT do the parking brake release right... oy... I never used it... the Mercedes guy parked them with the parking brake... had to look that up and it was a pain but I got it.
I used the Roadtrek to jump the Airstream.
Mercedes picking it up in the morning.
I am trying to find a tech who is familiar with these B Class RVs in San Antonio area.