Today I picked up our coach from Arkansas Diesel and Equipment Repair. Surprise of all surprises, everything worked perfectly. From there the coach was taken to it’s winter quarters Allied Storage in Fayetteville. The work that Jacob did should have added up to more but his total out the door bill was $190. Not bad for almost 12 hours of diagnosis. In fact I am pleased with the resultant repairs and will now go back for other repairs. However, I will make an appointment and set a deadline for completion. Lesson learned.
From there I will work on a few nagging problems such as a black tank washout line that has a non-functioning back flow preventer. This broken valve effectively creates a waterfall into the coaches basement via the underneath of the coach lavatory sink when hooked up to a water supply to clean the black tank. A new back flow preventer is $35 and it will definetly be the first thing I tackle on a long list of wants and needs.