We took the plunge and bought a Lexington a month ago and so far are pretty happy. We have taken 2 short trips and accruing our list of "issues" to take in to the dealer--so far mostly minor ( including concertone which I knew to expect
)..I do have 2 questions that I'm not sure how to rememdy as they may just be our lack of understanding..
First, there is an installed ( small) inverter and the TV is plugged in to the outlet "governed" by this..I understand that this is so we can use the TV if we decide to stop and use it without shore power or generator. This is where it gets a little wierd...We have to turn the insertor switch to "on" even when on shore power and naturally it is in a very awkward place ( under the car seat)and then we were told we had to turn it off after each use to not drain the battery..it is a pain to reach( crawl) under the seat for the switch...can this be left on or not...does it drain the batteries even if tv is off ??The dealer said turn it off every time.
Secondly, on draining the tanks it seems that some "water" stays in the drain pipe so when it is opened to put the hose back on we get one quick(yucky) gush of water before we get the hose on. What does anyone else do or is the angle of the drain pipe not steep enough?
Thanks for the help!