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Old 10-15-2013, 03:16 PM   #1
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2007 Summit Ridge Manual

Hi my names Rebecca, i just bought my 2007 summit ridge by americamp
I desperately need a manual for my rv i live alone in my fifth wheel and know nothing about it does anyone know where i can get a owners manual cant find one anywhere.
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Rebecca,

First, welcome to IRV2 forum.

I think the Blue Ridge is a horse trailer/living quarters unit? If so, you could try contacting them--http://www.blueridgetrailer.com/

Most RVs operate somewhat the same--and most owners manuals are basic and generic. Is there a particular problem you need help with?

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You might try finding someone with an Americamp 5er here: Manuals exchange. Normally RV manuals are somewhat generic in nature. Manuals for appliances, awnings, etc may be downloaded from Bryant RV manuals download page. and Northwest RV Supply.
I hope you find what you need in the links.
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