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Old 08-21-2012, 10:54 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can get a complete manual for this rig it's a 2001 forest river Georgetown 325s one slide,V10,33'6ft class A we just bought it need all the book to tell me how to do thing and the upkeep.By the way we think were going to love this thing.
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Old 08-21-2012, 11:25 PM   #2
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Does anyone know where I can get a complete manual for this rig it's a 2001 forest river Georgetown 325s one slide,V10,33'6ft class A we just bought it need all the book to tell me how to do thing and the upkeep.By the way we think were going to love this thing.
Most manuals are pretty vague and almost useless.
Have you looked in the (files) section upper left hand of web page?
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Old 08-22-2012, 07:12 AM   #3
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Try emailing April Connor or Dan Evans at FR. You should be able to get one from them. Not sure what the cost might be, but I'd bet it will be the same generic motorhome owner's manual the rest of us received. If you have the Arctic Pak request the info for that. I'd scan mine and post it but the copy I received looks like the 10,000th copy from the 10,000th copy. The book is legible, the Artic Pak info I received is a joke. In the meantime ask away and one of us should be able to help until you get a book.

to the forums. I've posted numerous pdfs about the generator and levelers / slideouts etc. You can find them under my postings. I'm not sure if the 2001 models have the same manufacturers of items my 2007 has, but if you list what you're looking for and I have it, I'll post it here for you.

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Old 08-22-2012, 11:45 AM   #4
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You won't get much useful info from the generic user manual. I have a 2005 359ts and the best info I have found is on this forum. Just browse the old threads and most all your questions will be addressed. If you have a specific question, post it here and I am sure someone will know the answer.

The best printed stuff that came with mine were the manuals from the manufacturers of the appliances and other systems.

Good luck with your MH. Nice to see another Kentuckian on here...

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Old 08-22-2012, 03:50 PM   #5
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We have an '02 325S we bought from the original owner and we got all the manuals. The best thing I can say about the FR manual is that it made a good firelighter. They print a manual that covers every model of motorhome they've ever made and it's totally a waste of paper. Almost every item starts with "If your model has . . ".

If you need any specifics on installed equipment, you really need tha manufacturer's documentation. I'll make up a list of what I have over the next few days and send you a private message. I'd be happy to scan anything you need and send you the resulting PDF file.
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