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Old 06-19-2013, 10:19 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Ramzfan View Post
I read a lot of the posts on here and just smile...I have owned six motorhomes, two of them "Orphans". I had many problems getting owners manuals and other manuals. I had lots of problems obtaining information about my particular coach. I went back to Winnebago and feel like I'm back in a family again.
We had an older Winnebago. Dodge 440 powered, so you know how old. We had some wiring problems, so contacted the dealer who referred us to Winnebago, they said our problem was with the chassis mfgr, so DH called Dodge/Chrysler, nope, not something they did, contact Winnebago. Just a fast shuffle. This was before iRV2 (or before we found it) so eventually my husband was able to trace the wiring and fix the problem.

The only problem we have found with pre-owned coaches (both mfgrs still in business) is something a previous owner did, or didn't (neglect) do. Our first Class A was a Commander, we should have kept it until we got our current motorhome - it was a solid unit, but we felt we wanted more room than 24'.


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