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Old 10-12-2011, 10:52 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by elroseo View Post
Hmm...this 233 has 2 canvas bunk ends....wish I could of found one with a 3rd so I could throw the kitties in there!....
Yours is a Surveyor 233T.

I saw 233 in your original post as assumed Roo/Shamrock. Still, not many differences. The hybrid forum is still the best place for you
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Old 10-12-2011, 12:09 PM   #12
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oh, the Surveyor 233T.
forest river makes many brands of hybrids, the Roo and Shamrock have a 233 and a 233T.

that's one of the floorplans we liked, but no Surveyor dealer within 200 miles.

just a suggestion, supplying brand, model number and pics are always helpful.
most manual awnings are the same, you should have a long metal thing with a bend at the end. that's for pulling the awning loop out and flipping the switch on the side of the awning roll.
should say which way for unrolling it and rolling it up.
if your water heater has the DSI feature, there'll be a switch for the propane heating part of it, usually near the holding tank sensors panel and the water pump switch.
if the WH is a Suburban, it'll have the electric switch on the heater itself, accessed by the outside hatch door, where the WH is located.
be sure to have the system and WH, pressurized with water before turning either on.

if you have a Dometic fridge, it'll run on either 110v AC or propane.
instructions for its operation should be available on Dometic's website.

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Old 10-12-2011, 02:19 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by michigannurse View Post
Does anyone have any advice on batteries for our trailer and some advice on a manual carefree awnings.
I just had a Carefree of Colorado "Pioneer" awning installed a few weeks back, we love it and it looks great. Easy to use and can be opened/closed by one person. There is a crank handle to roll it out and close it up.
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Old 10-12-2011, 02:30 PM   #14
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Please post your general location. Maybe one of the members will be willing to come and give you a part day training?
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Old 10-17-2011, 06:05 PM   #15
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Please post your general location. Maybe one of the members will be willing to come and give you a part day training?
I'm in the Great Pacfic Northwest.....(Oregon)....We live in an Area called Clackamas....lots and lots of campgrounds within a 75 mile drive....
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Coloma, mi. is where we live.

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