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Several RV manufacturers have specific ways to obtain manuals. Try these first. If they do not have the manual you need, just let us know and we will be more than happy to post your request.
If you check the manufacturer web site and don't see your make or model listed - call them. Often the parts department or customer service has manuals not listed on the web site.
Pop-up Campers: The site, PopUpPortal.com has lots of manuals in PDF format. Please check for your manual. If they do not have what you need, please let us know and we will be happy to post the request. If you find a pop-up manual from another person or source, please let them know so they can add it to their library.
Champion: Although not an official "manufacturer's" site, Champion Fleet Owners has quite a collection of Champion manuals and assorted publication that they are happy to share. Please contact them. Remember, if you find a Champion manual or any information (publications, ads, magazine articles, specifications, etc.) concerning Champion RVs, please make sure they get a copy.
Coachmen: Coachman offers owner manuals as well as several other excellent publication. Go to their web site, http://www.coachmenrv.com/OwnerManuals.aspx or call (800) 453-6064. Coachman is now part of Forest River so you can also contact them (see below) for additional help.
Dutchman: Dutchman offers downloads of manuals and support info from their website, http://dutchmen.com/. Select "Customer Service" at the top of the page, then "Owner's Manuals". If your manual isn't listed, call them at (574) 537-0600. (Thanks to Stacy. 3-17-10)
Fleetwood: Fleetwood, like many companies, fell victim to bankruptcy in 2009. They completely dropped their towable line and now only deal with motorhomes. If you are looking for a manual for any Fleetwood product, first try their website at http://www.fleetwoodrv.com/partsandservice/#manuals. If your model is not listed there, call 1-800-322-8216 for customer service. If you strike out on both resources, let us know and we will be happy to post your request.
Forest River: I spoke with a very nice lady at Forest River RV and she said many owners manuals can now be found at the company website: http://www.forestriverinc.com. If the manual you need is not listed, you can contact Stephanie by phone at 574-534-3167 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks Forest River, we appreciate your help.
Foretravel: I spoke with a gentleman in parts that said anyone needing a manual should call Foretravel at 936-564-8367. Thanks Foretravel.
Itasca: Itasca brochures and manuals are available on their web site. Contact info is also available.
Jayco: I contacted a very nice lady at Jayco and she gave me two avenues you can follow to obtain an owners manual. You can send an e-mail requesting the manual to email@example.com. Be sure to include the last 8 digits of your RVs serial number. Or, you can call 1-800-283-8267 (customer service) and request a manual. Again, you will need the last 8 digits of the serial number. Thank you Jayco.
Wes Simkins of Cunningham Campers has made the
following offer: "If you have visitors needing Jayco Manuals I may be able
to assist. I can usually download most manuals from Jayco and make them
available for the requester to download within 24 hours. I don't mind offering
this service for free. Thanks, Wes"
Keystone: Please check the company website: http://www.keystonerv.com/ They offer several methods to contact customer service. They have both phone and e-mail contacts listed. They should have no problem in supplying the manual you need.
KIT: An RV friend found the company web site for Extreme Warrior RVs that now owns the Kit Manufacturing Company's RV division. They were happy to supply him the manuals he needed. You can also reach them at 208-475-3950.
Mobile Travelers: Hi! I stumbled across your web page and figured since I did, i'd add some info for Mobile Traveler RVs. Since the company died in 1990, I have been maintaining a list on Yahoo for the Mobile Traveler, as well as creating a new presence on Facebook. (Mobile Travelers Owners Group) Both of them are easily locate able on the net. Feel free to add this info to your page, as some MTer may find it handy. I used to work at MT in the 1980s. I am doing what I can to help owners of the MT since the company is no longer here. Sammy Williams
Monaco (Holiday Rambler,
An RV friend sent us the following:
NOTE: There seems to be a lot of confusion at the Monaco customer service center. One caller will get a HR manual and the next will not. We suggest giving them a call. If they say they don't have your HR manual, let us know and we will be more than happy to post your manual request. Thanks.
(Received this note from an RVer) Monaco (r-vision) I recently purchased a used 2005 21ft Trail lite travel trailer, no manual. I called the telephone number listed on this site and was helped by a very pleasant helpful man. I was able to get a manual. The cost is now $45.41plus shipping. The part number is s-03213438. This covers multiple sizes, floor plans & models up until 2008. He also said if I have any questions not answered in the book to be sure to call the same number and they will put me in touch with a tech who can help me. Also when you call, they do NOT have a trail lite choice. Choose holiday, rambler, national extension. Thank you for this site and link. 10-27-2014 kb (Thanks Kathie)
Shasta: Although not an official "manufacturer's" site, there is a very active user group on Yahoo that should be able to help you. Please contact http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/Classicshastas/, Go to that group and ask about the manual you need. Also, you may want to contact Forest River as this is one of their RV lines.
Sportscoach: There is a pretty active group on Yahoo Groups that have some manuals to share. Go to the group called vintagesportscoach (http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/vintagesportscoach/) and ask about the manual you need.
If you can't find the manual you need online, call Joyce at StarCraft at 1-800-945-4787, then press 4. She is the Warranty Manager. Anyone in her department should be able to help you.
Motorhome Manuals: Mary dropped us a note (12-5-09) to say she was told by Starcraft they did not have any motorhome manuals.
Teton: You can contact Teton through their website (http://www.tetonhomes.com/). You can fax them directly but I couldn't find a phone number to call to talk to them. You have to send them an e-mail and they will contact you. (If anyone finds a phone number, please let us know.)
Thor: Many manuals are available for current Thor company RVs. The Thor website (http://www.thorindustries.com/ ) will give you a list of companies. Click on yours. Although you may not find a link for manuals, you will find a phone number for the company (Thor 877-855-2867). Call them and ask for a manual.
If you have a Citation, Corsair or Chateau model, please call 570-658-2340 to get a manual. (Thanks to Mark, an RV Friend, for that info.)
Winnebago: I spoke with a very nice lady at Winnebago who provided the following instructions for obtaining manuals:
"For owners manuals, we prefer for owners to request a manual from their local dealer. Here's the simplest way:
Thanks Winnebago, we appreciate your assistance. Vince (2-8-07)
Mobile Products: 574-264-2131
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