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Old 08-11-2012, 12:56 PM   #1
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Hello from CT, need help with 2005 Rockwood Premier 2302

We got started looking for a pop-up as a way to extend our summer vacation on a budget.

This is our first camper and we can't wait to get camping.

We got what seems to be a good deal on our 'new' 2005 Rockwood Premier 2302 this week. Unfortunately we purchased it from a family that only owned it for three weeks, so we didn't get any useful information about service history or operation. I have no documentation about the camper systems at all.

We did test the A/C and that seems to work fine. The canvas and interior look good but need a bit of cleaning.

I need to find the power convertor and the fuse location for the running lights. We had to drive it home at night with the 4-way flashers!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks and Happy camping!
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Old 08-11-2012, 01:33 PM   #2
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to the Forums! You are in for some fun times with your new-to-you Rockwood! While you are waiting for feedback you may wish to check out the Files tab to search for manuals.

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Welcome to FRF!

you may want to post specific questions in the Popup/Tent Camper section here at FRF, since you're asking questions about your popup.
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We got started looking for a pop-up as a way to extend our summer vacation on a budget.

This is our first camper and we can't wait to get camping.

We got what seems to be a good deal on our 'new' 2005 Rockwood Premier 2302 this week. Unfortunately we purchased it from a family that only owned it for three weeks, so we didn't get any useful information about service history or operation. I have no documentation about the camper systems at all.

We did test the A/C and that seems to work fine. The canvas and interior look good but need a bit of cleaning.

I need to find the power convertor and the fuse location for the running lights. We had to drive it home at night with the 4-way flashers!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks and Happy camping!
Welcome to the forum.
Fuse for the running lights are in your vehicle. Most late model vehicles with tow package have separate fuses for trailer.

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