There were a few issues with my RV that I took it back to the selling dealer with:
Jack down light flickering when driving User error -- leveler system not turned off
Coolant dripping from overflow tank when engine hot Previous owner's duct tape "fix" to the cracked seam was failing -- now fixed with epoxy
Coach battery not retaining charge recharged -- see below
Water leaks through front air conditioner when it rains Seal replaced -- this was supposed to have been done before I picked up the RV
Bed hard to lift hold-up reattached -- this was mentioned in passing when talking, I didn't expect it to be fixed
Cue's RV did these fixes in a few hours while I waited without charge.
The battery still didn't hold a charge properly, so I decided to replace the pair of 6 volt batteries, even though they were only 2 years old. The previous owner had used 6 volt engine starting batteries, not deep cycle (golf cart) batteries. This was discovered when I took them to a battery store for replacement -- the new ones are much larger and heavier. I only got half-credit for the "core charge". As it was getting dark when I was trying to do the install, that has been postponed until tomorrow, assuming I can get it done before it starts raining. I considered and priced using AGM batteries, but decided not to spend the money on them at this time.
Due to the battery problem, I did not take the RV camping this week. I did take it to a large mostly-empty parking lot and practice driving -- I was surprised how well I was doing parking between the lines. Next week I will be going to Loscon.
The previous owner seems to have kept the interior in very good condition, and spent over $500 replacing the microwave/convection oven a year ago, but ignored many chassis issues. While the engine runs well, I don't know how long it has been since it has been serviced, and I want to take it to a truck mechanic to have it looked over, fluids changed, brakes checked, etc.