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Old 04-08-2020, 07:26 AM   #1
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Just purchased a 2006 r-vision travel sport 25'. Looking for a owner's manaul, since this one doesn't have one. Need to learn all about it and how to light, or power up everything.
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Welcome to the forum. Congrats on the new rig. Manuals are hard to get old manuals but you may find your answers if you look for info on the various systems of the rig.

You are joining a good group of folks here with good info to share. Read the various threads here and ask questions as they come up or add info if you can.

Good luck and enjoy the adventure!
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Just purchased a 2006 r-vision travel sport 25'. Looking for a owner's manaul, since this one doesn't have one. Need to learn all about it and how to light, or power up everything.
We had a 2004 Trail Cruiser, 30'. Manuals for the camper are non-existent, manuals for the appliances can be found but you'll have to search online. All the appliances though are typically the same or nearly the same across the various brands so shouldn't be too difficult. Plug things in and start playing around, you'll figure it all out quickly. As you may know R-Vision went out of business several years ago. Not the worst put together rig, but far from the best. I did a lot of work on mine. Keep an eye out for delamination and leaks.
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Welcome... yeah, it's funny, you'd expect an RV would have a manual as thick as an old phone book but it's just the opposite. In most cases, the best you'll find is a VERY vague booklet. Your best "manual" is right here where you are at - a message board. Trust me, no matter what goes wrong or you break, we've been through it before
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Use YouTube for anything thing you want to know. I bet if you YouTube R-Vision you will find a lot of information on your trailer.

Agree, all the appliances are the same and you can YouTube things like 'How does an RV Furnace Work' and YouTube most likely can show you what you need to know.
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Welcome to the forum! I did a search trying to find a manual, but couldn't find anything online. So many things on a travel trailer are pretty standard. I think if you have a specific question and post it on the forum, you will get a lot of help.
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