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The following items are required to be performed by the current owner/dealership *prior to the start* of the inspection in order for the inspection to be complete and thorough:
1. Hook up full electricity (50amp if RV is a 50amp unit / 30amp if RV is a 30amp unit).
2. Hook up Freshwater.
3. Hook up to Sewer (La Mesa does not have sewer hook-ups)
4. The refrigerator turned on for 12 hours if equipped with an RV absorption refrigerator (Not required for residential refrigerators).
5. At least 1/4 tank of propane.
6. If there is a generator, enough fuel to run the generator for 1 hour.
If all these conditions are not met, the inspection can continue, however, some items may not be fully evaluated.
I’ve attached two documents to this email:
1. Inspection Points for a Certified RV Inspection. This document has pricing information at the bottom for Certified Inspections and Fluid Analysis.
2. Fluid analysis FAQ (something you may want to consider for a generator).
When you’re ready to move forward, here is a link to a form on my website. If you fill that out, it will give me everything I need to draw up the contract and invoice. https://rvshepherd.com/info-for-rv-inspection/
This may be a lot of information at one time…but I want to make sure and give you everything you need to make an informed decision.
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