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Old 07-18-2016, 05:04 PM   #1
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Hello, new member from Riverside CA, bought my 3rd motorhome last year, little forester 2251, fixed a bit stuff here and there, but overall pretty good for a new unit ( or maybe I already know what to expect from an new RV )

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A 15yo RV is like a Steam Locomotive. Run time/Maintenance is about 65/35. For every 65 hours in use it needs 35 hours of work.
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Hi! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

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Old 07-19-2016, 08:19 AM   #6
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Question New to living in a RV

I am a displaced caregiver and recently my mother had to be placed into an assisted living facility. To which she has to sell the house where I was living with her. So instead of renting an apartment I decided to purchase a 1984 Catalina Motor Coach. I'm not new to camping - as in tent camping and pop-up trailers. But a definite newbie in the rv motor coach category.

It did not come with a manual. I found one for a 1985 online but it doesn't show or tell how to use or connect everything. So the refridgerator, stove, and water pump does not work unless I am not doing something right. I have no clue.

I joined looking for help. If u go to my blog or profile page I uploaded photos of this dinosaur.

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