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Old 03-15-2024, 04:49 AM   #1
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Post 2000 Wildwood MODEL WDT37BRSS

Looking for a manual please. Just bought and we third owner.
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Old 03-15-2024, 07:38 AM   #2
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Manuals are fairly generic. Not too model specific, each appliance has there own.

Might try Ebay.

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Looking for a manual please. Just bought and we third owner.
As was said, there is only a generic owners manual with no model-specific nor brand-specific information. This is the RV Industry standard, not just Forest River.
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Old 03-18-2024, 10:02 AM   #4
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Looking for a manual please. Just bought and we third owner.
Make a list of the manuals you need: brand, Model, etc. Then do a GOOGLE search for each one.

Microwave, water heater, furnace, air conditioner, tongue jack, range, cooktop, brakes, axles, side-out mechanisms, stabilizers, converter, refrigerator, etc.

Make pictures of the placard on the driver's side showing model, year, VIN along with the one showing tire size and recommended pressure.

Print them and put them in a 3-ring binder to be kept in the RV. Now you will have a complete manual of YOUR RV.

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[So the placard is worn and no longer visable. Any suggestions to get that info.
QUOTE=Bob K4TAX;2935180]Make a list of the manuals you need: brand, Model, etc. Then do a GOOGLE search for each one.

Microwave, water heater, furnace, air conditioner, tongue jack, range, cooktop, brakes, axles, side-out mechanisms, stabilizers, converter, refrigerator, etc.

Make pictures of the placard on the driver's side showing model, year, VIN along with the one showing tire size and recommended pressure.

Print them and put them in a 3-ring binder to be kept in the RV. Now you will have a complete manual of YOUR RV.

Bob[/QUOTE]
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Old 04-16-2024, 02:27 PM   #6
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Each item in the trailer should have its own label ......somewhere on the device. Microwave - inside the cabinet, AC - remove the ceiling vent to expose the underside, range - lift the cooktop, etc. You may have to remove some panels to see or access the water heater and the fresh water pump. Just the way things are built.

You are going to have to look. No one can do this for you as your trailer is an individual item. No two are alike. Forest River used many different vendors and thus many different brands, models, and etc.

You have some detective work to do.


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Old 04-16-2024, 02:41 PM   #7
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When you buy a new rv, you sometimes get a general users manual which is useless. There are generic manuals on www.forestriverinc.com under the Owners tab. Lots of helpful videos there too.
You also get the printed manuals for the components of the rig... or at least you used to. Sometimes you get manuals on digital media.

As others have said, go to the manufacturer's website and download the manuals. We aren't good with keeping track of paper manuals, so we've uploaded the manuals to a Google Drive account that we can access.

One of your best resources is this forum where others owners help.

Congratulations on you Wildwood and welcome to the forum!
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Since the OP has a 25 year old RV, I seriously doubt that the FR website will have any specific manuals for their particular components.
The website's generic owners manual will only have basic RV systems information with no model-specific nor brand-specific information.
The OP's fridge, oven, a/c, converter and so on, may no longer be in production.
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