Originally Posted by spoffordca
No just trade ...at a loss and get one that has no water in it..this one will never be right water in the wrong places
This may very will be a 30 min repair and a non issue for years to come.
It's very obvious you are new to the RV world. You will NEVER find a unit without some sort of problems. You must be willing to learn to do your own repairs or live near a dealer and be very patient while it sits on his lot waiting to be repaired.
There is NO quality control in the RV industry. It's all "buyer be wear".