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Old 06-29-2017, 09:09 AM   #1
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How do I search for posts about "Winnebago Fuse" without getting references to electric fuses, any Winnebago, etc.


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I doubt you'll be able to do that since the search engine is looking for words, not models of a Winnebago. I suggest you go to the Winnebago Industries Owners Forum and ask the questions and I'm sure someone will answer.

click this link, it will take you the Winnebago forum

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I would start by searching for the phrase, "Winnebago fuse" . This should only include the threads/posts with that phrase.
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I did an Advanced Search & typed in "Winnebago Fuse". I put the words in quotes in the search to narrow down the parameters for that phrase. It returned results from both Winnebago Owners & Class B Forums mostly, with a handful scattered in other forums.

Still not the greatest, but it's better than getting thousands of results that contain both Winnebago & fuse.

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