Originally Posted by siskom
I have a 2014 335 and I to experienced a lack of manuals. I simply made a list of manuals I wanted wrote down model numbers of equip. and went on line and got every manual I would ever need, got a hole punch and put them all in a zipped binder.
It's not so much the lack of manuals but rather the lack of information IN the manuals. The Georgetown "Owner's Manual" is the same manual they ship with every class A gas coach. There's a "supplement" which is 4 sheets stapled together that include items such as the ICC switch on the dash, the Arctic Pac tank heaters, and how to turn on the map lights (not kidding, it actually has that). My Winnie owner's manual was about 1" think and wire bound. It was all-inclusive and model specific.
I'm not trying to
, just wanted to explain the lack of manuals isn't the problem.
Shawn and Karen. The pups; Rusty, Pebbles, and Bam-Bam
2015 Forest River Georgetown 329DS
US Navy, Retired