Originally Posted by davel1971
the problem with writing a good RV manual is you have a mix if a dozen or more manufacturers parts all mixed together. How would you mix all that together in one book and who is liable if the information leads to damage or injury?
When we purchased our new Silverback,we received not only the woefully inadequate one size fits all generic FR manual,but also several other manuals describing the various things like the thermostat,refrigerator,oven,stove,EX lube axles etc.
I'll be among the first to say that FR could make their general manual much better, but I'm satisfied that they did at least include those other manuals.
In addition, I developed a good working relationship with the then current FR Warranty Manager for our model FW who provided me with several other manuals that I asked for.
You just have to ask for what you need and build your own manual library IMO.