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Old 10-14-2013, 08:03 PM   #1
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Hi I am new to RVing and to the forum. I just bought a used 2002 33ft Georgetown and am very excited to travel and meet new people. I don't know much about my new to me RV but am very anxious to learn and can't wait to get out and see new sights and meet new people. My Georgetown did not come with a manual and haven't figured out how to get one yet so hopefully I will be able to learn alot on this forum.
Thanks so much
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Hi I am new to RVing and to the forum. I just bought a used 2002 33ft Georgetown and am very excited to travel and meet new people. I don't know much about my new to me RV but am very anxious to learn and can't wait to get out and see new sights and meet new people. My Georgetown did not come with a manual and haven't figured out how to get one yet so hopefully I will be able to learn alot on this forum.
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Just purchased a new Columbus 320rs. So far, very happy with it.

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Welcome. We're close, equipment-wise. We have an '02 Georgetown 325 which we bought three years ago from the original purchasers. We've had a few problems, particularly a Dometic fridge that died two days before our first trip of the season this year.

We like our rig, mostly, but have misgivings about the overall quality of construction. There are many examples where it looks as though the shop-floor guys made it up as they went along.

We'll live with it, since we don't see more than a couple more seasons. Even with its deficiencies it still beats motels, rental cars and eating out every meal. Plus, our two Labradors would not be happy in motel rooms! Add to that, we know who slept in the bed last night and there aren't any bed-bugs.

We normally provision to have all our meals on board and have very little contact with the restaurant industry when we're travelling.
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:29 AM   #9
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Frank and Eileen, maybe you will be able to help me then. I haven't yet found the place to drain the fresh water tank but am still looking. And I had a leak on my slide out for the living room so am looking at where to fix that but otherwise I am happy with mine so far. I am like you I know it will be better than motels and eating out. Those two right there are killers.
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