Hopefully someone will be along soon with a link, but you might be disappointed. Most owner's manuals are not all that helpful unless you've never owned an RV. As to where the fuse is for the water pump or the location of your automatic transfer switch, the manuals are usually very inadequate. What I suggest is you go through your RV front to back, top to bottom, and write down the make and model of each system you encounter. Then spend time on Google to search for the manufacturer's website and download PDF manuals for each system. The RV owner's manual is like most auto manuals, it tells you to always wear seat belts and suggests how to clean them.
If you wish, look for owner's manuals of other makes of Class A RVs, Winnebago has a lot on line, others still in production do too. If you read some of them, you'll get all the generic information your particular model's manual probably contains.
Bob & Donna
'98 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager DP being pushed by a '00 Beetle TDI