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Old 04-22-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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PDI Check List

I have a new Rockwood 3001w windjammer arriving next week and was hoping some one had a good PDI check list for the walk through. Thanks for the help.


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Old 04-22-2013, 10:05 AM   #2
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I have a new Rockwood 3001w windjammer arriving next week and was hoping some one had a good PDI check list for the walk through. Thanks for the help.

Try this one
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They are all basically the same except for the level of detail. Basically, plan to work everything from locks to lights, all switches, appliances, entertainment stuff and ALL systems (do this on battery and also on shore power), and check the roof, ceiling, walls and floors. You definitely want one with greater detail.

You can find some here in the forum (search for checklist) or on the web. Here's one from our library. Forest River Forums - Downloads - PDI Checklist
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I have created my own PDI checklist based on my experience of owning 3 prior trailers. I've basically listed out everything from checking the interior to the exterior in terms of functionality and appearance. I'm looking for leaks and anything mechanical not functioning properly. My last PDI wasn't done correctly and I think I knew more than my salesman. This time I'm coming with a checklist. I would make sure there is electric and water running to the trailer. Want to make sure all spouts are functional and not leaking. Bring a flash light. Open/Close drawers,cabinets, slides checking for alignment issues. Now that I'm into my 4th month of waiting on my trailer I have had plenty of time to think of things and see what others have found wrong with their trailers on this forum. Only suggestion would be to create a list working from the inside/out.
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