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Old 08-05-2016, 01:19 PM   #1
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2004 Alpa 38' toy house

Hi everyone new here and saying hello- I just purchased a 2004 Alpa Toyhouse with basement a/c and do not know how to work anything but the slide outs, Does anyone know a site that I could learn how to operate everything. THANKS FOR ANY HELP

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Call Alfateers in California, they bought all the parts and manuals from Alfa Leisure when they went out of buisness. They are very knowledgeable and should be able to help, they might even have an owners manual that you could purchase to help you out.

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You could also get the part or model number off of anything you need to figure out how to use and see if you can find an owners manual online. I have found quite a few that way.
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Thanks guys for the Info. I will take both ideas and run with them !!!
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