Why did you drive the 700 miles to buy it instead of buying from the local dealer? Just curious.
I would go get the RV as soon as possible and ask to meet with the GM and the Owner if they are not one in the same.
RV dealers are not Car dealers. They are not required to perform warranty work on RVs bought elsewhere. Why DID you drive 1400 miles (RT) to buy when you had a local dealer? How much did you "save?"
Did you know that warranty work is often a LOSS for dealers due to low reimbursement rates? It's not surprising that they don't want to support someone who does not work with them.
I found an incredible deal from a car dealer who took a Pleasureway Excel TS 6 years old, great shape and 35k miles in trade. Apparently had no idea about RVs, and especially B's. I picked it up for $17k. You need to act fast with B's because the demand for good used ones far outstrips the supply.