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Old 07-19-2011, 05:26 PM   #1
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first everything practically!

Excited to start our Rv life in a few short months and have zillions of questions!
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Since we all had to be in your shoes at some time by definition, you are the basis for this forum's mission.

Enjoy, and welcome aboard!!

Square off your turns, check hose connections, pull slide valves slowly. Nothing bad can happen if you do those
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Old 07-19-2011, 07:35 PM   #3
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Well ask away. read the book, read the book, ask questions, read the book read the book, ask question.....

Bet you can't stump this great group of folks.
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Welcome to the forum! You got zillions of questions, we got zillions of answers! Of course, you have to figure out which of the answers are right
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Welcome Bfl Mess. Glad you could make. Ask your questions. I'm not sure what book it is that you're supposed to read. But, that could be your first question.
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Old 07-20-2011, 09:08 PM   #6
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The first suggestion is for you to edit your signature to show what year and model of MH you have so that people will know (often times, answers are make/model specific).

On the top left of the menu, you will see "User CP". Click that item. Then on the left side is a menu. Select "Edit Signature". Then type in your relevant information (See mine below as an example). This way everyone will know you have a Monaco Diplomat. (Give the year, too and any other identifying information such as floorplan in your signature line).

P.S. The "book" you should read are all your owner's manuals for the coach and its components.

Good luck and welcome!
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well, what a nice welcome! That's exactly why we've decided to RV! We heard Rvers are great people!
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