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Old 04-19-2008, 08:46 AM   #1
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Following the thread of items on this forum since WRV closed, I thought it would be helpful to ask for one thing.

Since Alpine coaches are no longer being made, and owners will have to fend for themselves on getting repairs done, it would be helpful if WRV made available to the owners complete chassis wiring diagrams. I'm not talking about the system diagrams in the back of the owner's manual; I'm looking for the complete chassis diagrams.

I believe their was a reluctance to do this in the past because of a view on some proprietary items or designs, but if it looks like Alpine will not be started up as a continuing coach company making the same products, it would sure be helpful to existing owners to have complete wiring diagrams when repairs are needed.

On another note, I saw Phil Mattoon yesterday and expressed my appreciation for all that he and the rest of the crew at WRV have done for us in the past. It is a very tough blow for the economy in Yakima, and for the personal lives of the employees, and we want to wish them the best in their future.
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Following the thread of items on this forum since WRV closed, I thought it would be helpful to ask for one thing.

Since Alpine coaches are no longer being made, and owners will have to fend for themselves on getting repairs done, it would be helpful if WRV made available to the owners complete chassis wiring diagrams. I'm not talking about the system diagrams in the back of the owner's manual; I'm looking for the complete chassis diagrams.

I believe their was a reluctance to do this in the past because of a view on some proprietary items or designs, but if it looks like Alpine will not be started up as a continuing coach company making the same products, it would sure be helpful to existing owners to have complete wiring diagrams when repairs are needed.

On another note, I saw Phil Mattoon yesterday and expressed my appreciation for all that he and the rest of the crew at WRV have done for us in the past. It is a very tough blow for the economy in Yakima, and for the personal lives of the employees, and we want to wish them the best in their future.
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Old 04-19-2008, 02:41 PM   #3
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Having bought the coach used I don't think I got all the infomation available to most new coach owners. It would sure be helpful to have wireing diagrams and Plumbing diagrams plus anything else that could be made available.
I would be willing to pay for the info.

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Old 04-19-2008, 04:09 PM   #4
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Bill,
I couldn't agree with you more about the wiring diagrams being made available to those of us that need them to sort thru troubleshooting problems. Still looking for help on our monitor/camera system.
backup camera/monitor wiring diagram

Hope to see both of you in Yakima.
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Yes, we all need DETAILED wiring and plumbing diagrams!
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I also agree that we need to have the wiring diagrams, I like to get the engineering drawings for my roof too. Jim
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