Here's a few quick points regarding your inspection:
-look the entire unit over, top to bottom , inside and out. Take your time and make sure your dealer notes the issues you come across for correction and or adjustment.
-inspect the roof carefully, especially all seams and joints that are caulked, they missed some around my bath skylight that caused a leak , every screw should have lap sealant covering it.
-review the slideout operation and have the dealer show you how to manually override in the event of a failure (very important to know )
-thorough review and try of all components / appliances including the plumbing system and holding tanks every model is slightly different ie, location, capacity, bypass valves etc.
-inspect the filon fiberglass exterior walls to be without any noticeable blemishes or bubbles. (small / slight imperfections are normal for vacuum formed / rolled walls)
-lastly inspect all trim and finishing of wood work and cabinetry as the QC inspection sometimes misses trim that is loose are not adhering properly.
All the best with your inspection and happy travels with your new Solaire!
2013 Solaire BHDSK 269 Eclipse Edition
.....the big rolling turd II is back in the driveway for another season of travels!