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Old 09-29-2014, 03:12 PM   #1
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Post Need Help for 2007 Weekend Warrior M-2100 FK

Hoping someone can help this old guy figure out his first ever travel trailer/toy hauler.
Have a barely used 2007 Weekend Warrior M-2100 FK. The original owners manual is with it, but with zero drawings, diagrams, or photos of what is what, where it's at, how to properly use it.....I'm feeling very daunted.
I don't want to damage or destroy anything or the whole unit, before the wife and me even get to spend the first week end in it.
Can anyone offer me a helping hand ?....are there better manuals and/or instructions for use out there ?
Instructions in the maunal don't even explain how to switch from external power to generator, etc....how to light the various pilot lights, what all even has one, the refer use, not even a picture of the various switches and monitors on the control center.
I really need a "good neighbor" right about now.
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I wouldn't trust those manuals, they are very generic. I would watch lots of videos online.
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jesilvas - do you have any specific videos in mind ?....I agree with you that all the manuals I've found so far are very generic and have not given me the feeling that I know my rig well enough yet.
Thanks for your reply.
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