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Old 01-19-2021, 10:41 AM   #1
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New member here. I was just given a 1996 Thor Citation 350 Travel Trailer. It has some roof leak damage which I am learning how to repair and very capable of doing so. Other than that, it is in BEAUTIFUL shape - especially inside. It was purchased by my mother in 2001 and NEVER used! Appliances all work and are like new. I am looking for ANY information on this or even similar models so that I can understand the systems.
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... 1996 Thor Citation 350 Travel Trailer ... looking for ANY information on this or even similar models so that I can understand the systems.
That is an old model and the original manual may not have been particularly helpful. The manual for my 2018 Kodiak Cub was almost useless because it was so generic. Google or use "Duck Duck Go" as I do with your questions.

Get make and model from each appliance. Search for each. Appliance manuals are usually more useful.

Ask specific questions on iRV2. You will likely get more answers than you want.

I wish you good luck and happy trails ahead!
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Old 01-24-2021, 11:10 PM   #7
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I actually got the model numbers off the appliances and found manuals online. That was my biggest concern. I have just tested all appliances, AC, heat etc, and all work which is a big plus.
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Have a great time and you just joined what i consider the best forum on the net for rving. On something that old id highly recommend a new set of tires and servicing your running gear.
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