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Old 09-18-2011, 02:40 PM   #1
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Owners manual

Looking for an owners manual for a 2005 cedar creek 37ckqs

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Old 09-18-2011, 03:02 PM   #2
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Hi Anthony!

We hear this question all the time. The truth is the trailer owners manual is not
much good and they aren't online as far as I know. It's very generic and not
specific to your particular trailer.
Example it might say you should empty your holding tanks after every trip but it
won't tell you where the holding tanks valve is located.
It might say to empty your fresh water tank but it won't tell you exactly where
to find the drain valve.
It might say to open the low point valves when winterizing but it won't
tell you exactly where they are located.
You get the idea.

Better idea is to take pen and paper and jot down all the make, model and serial
numbers of your appliances. Refrigerator, hot water heater, stove, roof AC
and then go online to each maker web site. Most of them have a tech support area
where you can download PDF files of the owners manual for each appliance.

Then if you have other general questions about your trailer ask here.
There's a bunch of experience here just waiting to give you a hand.

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Old 09-18-2011, 06:03 PM   #3
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Times a million what Dan said.

This is what one looks like:
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File Type: doc FRManual.doc (8.72 MB, 99 views)

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Old 09-18-2011, 06:34 PM   #4
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Just bouht a new A126 hard side pop up. It came with an addendum card on opening and closing the camper, but the "owners manual" was for the Flagstaff line of tent campers.

Very general, mostly useless.

You'll find asking and searching here is tons better!

I will add that the individual manuals for the appliances and other components are handy to have, and as Herk said are usually on the appliance manufatturers website for that appliance.
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