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Old 09-27-2007, 03:23 PM   #1
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Does WRV include a manual on the chassi and
coach. The manuals for the appliances and and power systems were there but nothing on the coach. I called WRV but they don't seem to quick to call back.

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Old 09-27-2007, 03:23 PM   #2
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Does WRV include a manual on the chassi and
coach. The manuals for the appliances and and power systems were there but nothing on the coach. I called WRV but they don't seem to quick to call back.

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Old 09-28-2007, 06:25 AM   #3
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Brad- If you get nowhere with WRV let me know as I have the same coach. I'm sure I could copy any items you need, but...there are many. If you get stonewalled at WRV ask for Burk Morgan, he has really been acommodating when I got frustrated with lack of response.

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Old 09-28-2007, 07:57 AM   #4
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Rick,
Thanks, I will keep trying WRV. I did manage to get to talk to somebody once about radiator question. If I have a specific question I may ask for some help.
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Old 09-28-2007, 08:09 AM   #5
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Brad- The usual package of info comes in two or three parts, House and Chassis, and if packaged separately- Entertainment.
The House bundle (which it sounds like you have) has all the component manuals for the house, or if not manuals per say, at least the product info supplied with by the manufacturer when packing their parts to ship to WRV. This will include inverter, toilet, ceiling fans, stove, AC's, etc.
The Chassis pack will have Allison, Cummins, Neway suspension, etc. manufacturer's info.
Entertainment would have the audio-visual gear manuals and remotes.
The first two on our 06 came in black plastic velcro-shut boxes, and the third in a flatish corrugated cardboard box. YMMV for the 05.
The Alpine manual has description of driver controls, operating proceedures for driving, description of various systems, and at the back a number of schematics including water system, 120V electric system, 12V house system (not chassis Vansco portion IIRC), waste water plumbing, etc. The schematics are invaluable when you start your remodel projects.
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Old 09-28-2007, 08:19 AM   #6
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Thanks,
I did just hear back from WRV, and they are sending the "owners manual" for my vin#.
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I would be quite interested in what WRV sends you. In the meantime pay very close attention to what E Mike has to say. I do believe that Alpine is starting to look to him for some very pertinent responses to a number of situations.
Mike, I know that this will really gripe the Coyote but he will really just have to be tolerant.
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