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Old 09-29-2009, 04:12 PM   #1
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Manuals , where to purchase them?

Hello folks , bought a 2005 Pilgrim Open Road #2812 toyhauler..

Looking to purchase an Owners Manual for it.. any suggestions??

Thanks alot....Paul
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What are laughingly called manuals by most manufacturers are pretty useless.
So I would suggest that you get a stack of paper for your printer and go online and download the manuals for each of your components in your RV That is the best solution.
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Old 09-29-2009, 07:00 PM   #3
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There is only one place to get the body manual.. That's from the factory that made it.. However this is the least important manual on the frame.

When it comes to the "Stuff" manuals, the converter, microwave, fridge, furnace, even the toilets.

Go to the device manufacturer's web site, Most of the folks who make stuff that goes into RV's have web support where you can download a PDF version of the manual.

Finally, if you want more there are a couple of books.. One is called the RV book... and as I recall the other is "The RV Owner's Handbook" (Might be mistaken there) Any RV store will have one or the other.. Camping world, of course, has the Woodall's one (One of them is a Woodalls)

They are "Generic" owner's manuals.. In places better than the factory manual in fact, Since they were written by RVers, not engineers.
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You may download appliance, frame, slide-out, and other manuals here: Aero-Rv.com - Aerolite Ultra Lite RV Travel Trailer and Expandable Hybrid Campers
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Thanks for all the great responses...!! never thought of the "component " manuals...very nice comments!! I think with todays forums and information sites (Ask.com) I should be well informed to do anything ...Thanks everyone!! Paul
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I bookmarked these some time ago, have never used either, maybe one or the other will help.

http://bryantrv.com/docs.html

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