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Old 01-06-2010, 10:59 PM   #1
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Furnace information

Here is a link to a great .PDF file by Suburban explaining the functioning of RV furnace components. Very good information for troubleshooting furnace problems.

And a link for Surburban water heaters with a great troubleshooting chart.
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Old 01-07-2010, 09:52 AM   #2
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Another great source to add to the Zip-drive just in case. Thanks for the info.
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Old 01-07-2010, 11:51 AM   #3
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Another great source to add to the Zip-drive just in case. Thanks for the info.
Exactly what I have been doing lately. Finding as many of the user manuals for everything on the rig that I can in .PDF format to save on my computer for easy access. About the only things I can't get are manuals for the refrigerator and the Suburban furnace as they don't have their manuals online. Some of the ones I couldn't find I just scanned myself and saved as a .PDF
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PDF files are relatively small.
Do youself a favor and burn them onto a CD for safe keeping.
That way if your pc dies or (gasp) gets stolen or damaged you
still have your manuals.
I still think PCs need backups for the backup!!
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PDF files are relatively small.
Do youself a favor and burn them onto a CD for safe keeping.
That way if your pc dies or (gasp) gets stolen or damaged you
still have your manuals.
I still think PCs need backups for the backup!!
Already in the plan but still trying to get together as much of the info as possible. When I'm done I might put it all in a .zip file and put it on my web server for my site so I have online backup and could also offer the link to others who may want to download it all.
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