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Old 10-31-2007, 08:43 PM   #11
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Actually although I'm not exactly a tree-hugger, these days you would think companies could simply give you s CD with every manual on it. And there seems to be some interest by other manufacturers to set them up as PDFs online. I love my Salem but the FR website is pretty sucky compared to most competitors. Shame considering how the kids these days rely heavily on what is on-line.
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Old 11-01-2007, 07:25 AM   #12
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got a chance to look thru that spectacular (sarcasm) manual I got from Michell at FR
what a waste of paper !!!

I've got to say a HUGE thank you to everyone this forum who has helped us out, given pointers ect. This forum has given us way more information than the manual could have ever done..

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Old 11-01-2007, 06:06 PM   #13
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got a chance to look thru that spectacular (sarcasm) manual I got from Michell at FR
what a waste of paper !!!

I've got to say a HUGE thank you to everyone this forum who has helped us out, given pointers ect. This forum has given us way more information than the manual could have ever done..

THANKS
So you're saying we are essentially better than nothing (). Seriously thanks for the compliment... this IS a good place to learn and find out about stuff. Interestingly, if it weren't for new members and new campers, we'd have very little to talk about in that we are pretty boring, so we're kinda glad you decided to join us.
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Old 11-01-2007, 07:01 PM   #14
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Interestingly, if it weren't for new members and new campers, we'd have very little to talk about in that we are pretty boring, so we're kinda glad you decided to join us.
Boring?????

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Old 11-01-2007, 09:19 PM   #15
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Well, bored, more accurately but I didn't want to point that out. The point is, if we didn't have these young'uns to tell all our guldurn stories to and offer advice to, we'd be playing internet checkers all friggin winter.
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ahhhhhhh.............

I see your point now.
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That will change as membership increases. Enjoy the one on one quiet time now. In a couple more seasons...you are going to have to work around here!

But, it's all good.
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Actually although I'm not exactly a tree-hugger, these days you would think companies could simply give you s CD with every manual on it. And there seems to be some interest by other manufacturers to set them up as PDFs online. I love my Salem but the FR website is pretty sucky compared to most competitors. Shame considering how the kids these days rely heavily on what is on-line.
When I bought my trailer I received a folder with all the manuals in it. Not that the manual for the trailer was anything but the generic crap they put out. However, I do agree that a CD would be a nice touch. I guess, if you did not get the original folder, that you could always copy down the serial numbers for the various systems (water heater, a/c, etc) and download the manuals from the manufacturers sites. It does not take too long to do if you have a decent internet connection and you could always make your own CD.
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