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Old 09-26-2013, 02:04 PM   #1
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Need a manual (like everybody else probably)

I have just joined the group, so be patient with me.

I am in search of an owners manual and an electrical wiring diagram for a 1993 HR Aluma-Lite 36ft. Motor Home. Any help on what to do to get one would be greatly appreciated. Thank God the units last longer than the manuals are available :-) If somebody will help me locate one, I will scan them and make them available in PDF form for others unless somebody else has already done that.
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Welcome to irv2.
Try this Google link for the coach you have.
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Help From The Manufacturer Might be your best source for the coach owners manuals and schematics. For appliances, Service Documents is a good source.
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I have just joined the group, so be patient with me.

I am in search of an owners manual and an electrical wiring diagram for a 1993 HR Aluma-Lite 36ft. Motor Home. Any help on what to do to get one would be greatly appreciated. Thank God the units last longer than the manuals are available :-) If somebody will help me locate one, I will scan them and make them available in PDF form for others unless somebody else has already done that.
I have just bought a 92 HR1000 35ft and it has a "bunch of manuals"
I will be picking it up in the next 3 weeks - If you have no luck, let me know
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from NH. You've got some good leads. Also try Ebay. Good luck.
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The documentation that came from the original owners when we purchased their MH included the Forest River Owner's Manual. It's fairly decent emergency toilet paper and makes good fire-stater, but it's so vague. It covers every brand of motorised RV FR had made by 2002.

At otal waste of paper and ink!
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