OK, OK everyone simmer down! PLEASE play nice!
EVERY trailer I've owned needed some little thing or other tweaked.
Missing wire here, loose hose clamp there, loose water line fitting somewhere
else. All were easily fixable.
Sure they SHOULD have been found by the factory or dealer but I found
them and with simple hand tools fixed them.
A fresh tank that doesn't fill properly isn't a big deal unless you're in the
woods and want to fill it.
I agree with oakman, I always suggest folks sleep in their new trailer
before they take it home if possible.
I want my dealer to show me that everything is working before I
leave their lot.
If that is not possible then sleep in it at home and test everything.
You wouldn't buy a new truck or car without a test drive.
Why would you buy a new trailer without a thorough test as well??
dretired didn't do that and he got burned. Shame on the dealer but
it's not THAT big a deal to fix.
Don't stress over the small stuff!!