Just got back from our maiden voyage - a four day, three night long weekend at a local campground. Met up with some old friends, a pile of their "camping buddies" and had a great time. Had just two minor issues - which I call a win. First was a problem with the Atwood LP-only water heater, detailed here:
Atwood LP-only WH problem found & fixed
The other problem showed up while I was taking my shower on the last morning of the trip. The gray water gauge was reading 2/3 full so I figured I had enough remaining capacity to take a shower before dumping all tanks and hitting the road. Shortly after starting my shower the shower pan started filling up with water. I quickly rinsed off and shut down... and the gauge was still reading 2/3!
Pulled the handle on the dump valve and the shower drained fine. So... I suspect a broken wire or loose connection somewhere between the tank electrode and the gauge electronics. I can see the electrodes on the tank and everything looks fine on that end. Something to troubleshoot... but the good news is no water ended up where it shouldn't have.
Couple of other small things:
1) Had a couple of chilly nights and ran the furnace. I pretty much expected this, but with the furnace in the rear under the bedroom there's a lot of airflow into the bedroom and not so much towards the front of the coach, making for a pretty big temperature difference... bedroom gets hot, living area stays pretty cool. I'm going to replace the vents under the bed with ones with dampers so I can choke off the airflow back there, hopefully pushing more heated air up front. I also have a small quartz heater (which I forgot to bring) to place up front which should help.
2) Water flow at the kitchen faucet is really anemic. I haven't pulled the aerator to check it for debris yet - not sure how to do that since it's a gooseneck faucet with the pull out sprayer in the head, and it doesn't have a conventional screw-on aerator. But I'm sure there's a way to access it so will look at that. This is one of those "bugs" that may actually be a "feature" since the DW has a hard time grasping the concept of water conservation and has a habit of filling gray tanks quickly... this sort of forces her to reduce water consumption at the kitchen sink! :-)
So... I put all this stuff in the "normal shakedown issues" category and all-in-all am quite pleased with our new coach. Still figuring out how to "live" in it and moving things around inside as we get used to that, but so far so good.