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Old 06-16-2012, 03:14 PM   #1
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got the manual

Well, monaco sent us the 2006 hr endeavor owners manual for $50..The problem is that everything in it could apply to any one of their vehicles. I still don't have any info on the dometic 14 side by side fridge I have, or where I drain the fresh water tank. Everything in the book is pretty much for any rv. I don't know about the radio and the sound system that plays too loud in bedroom and not loud enough in living area. I guess I will have to look into getting other manuals, however, by the time I get them I will probably have gotten a newer rig. At least I found out how to test the smoke, lp and co2 detectors. I am figuring out the microwave convection oven myself, they didn't even leave the rack in it. I can't believe that this rig had only 20,000 miles and has so many problems. We are looking forward to seeing all of you helpful folks at the rally. By then I might have more problems we can all work on.
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So the logic behind many of us suggesting that the coach's documentation and maintenance records being an important part of it's "desirability" is coming into sharper focus? Is that what you're saying?

Without that documentation, the next best thing might be a complete list of that coach's appliances (eg: monitor panel, alternator, radio, etc.), with model and serial number for each. Then you can look them up online much quicker should you need further info..... FWIW
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I have found that there is a wealth of information in the Owners Manual for our 2003 Endeavor. Yes it is 'general' in nature but it still applies. As far as everything else goes, we have a box that is about 3" thick that has all of the 'other' manuals in it. The other way is to 'google' the itme that you need information on.
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For specific manuals on the A/C, frig, water heater, furnace, antenna amplifier, power converter, power inverter, etc. look up the model and make on Google. You can find most of the manuals on line for free. A manual on the coach is generally pretty generic.

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I have found that there is a wealth of information in the Owners Manual for our 2003 Endeavor. Yes it is 'general' in nature but it still applies. As far as everything else goes, we have a box that is about 3" thick that has all of the 'other' manuals in it. The other way is to 'google' the itme that you need information on.
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Oh soooo yes, and the following comments.

You spend a few bucks, you spend $500K-$ Million, and you get zero in real terms of 'what's between the walls.'

Excuse? 'Well we change things as we go along.'

Talk about total BS.
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