*UPDATED 9/10 3:15pm – I had so many other posts to share, but I have to publish this now since yesterday was such a hard day. Yesterday, Friday, we took the trailer in to have them fix our “issues.”
- TV in front bedroom not connected to Blueray
- Leak under galley sink
- Leak under hot water heater
- Front door looks like it has corrosion
It took all day, but the guys at Sutton RV were great. They were able to deal with the leaks right away (I haven’t tested them yet, but they were confident that they have them fixed.) They also cleaned up the front door with acrysol and applied xzilon to it and it is now fine.
At first, the issue with the TV in the bedroom was that Airstream didn’t install a splitter from the blueray to the front bedroom, so they overnighted the splitter. Once our other issues were fixed, we sat around for a few hours waiting for fedex to show up. When the splitter arrived, it turned out we have a bad HDMI cable so they have to replace that!
Pictured above you can see that they removed our wall in the bedroom. They also removed a panel by the dinette.
The rest of the day wasn’t so great either. We left the dealer around 4:30 and then drove an hour and a half to our friend’s house in Salem where we couldn’t quite get into their driveway (because the hitch was dragging on the cement) and we got a scratch on the front door (which we hope/think we can buff out). Then we moved to a sketchy RV park for the night and will be moving back to Washington today because we still need to get our licence plates. wish us luck! xoxo
*UPDATED 9/10 3:15pm – I forgot to include this photo of the side of a 1997 Airstream Norman Rockwell Edition. Apparently only 50 of these were made and there was one being restored by the Sutton RV Service Department while we were there. An American Legend.
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