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Can you tell me your favorite rv reference book. Which books would you consider a "must have" for those of us just starting out. I'm sure you have a book or two that you refer to often. How about some names and authors. Thanks, Carol


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Start at;

http://www.rvia.org/dealers/TrainingTechnicians/techmanual.cfm


http://www.rverscorner.com/index.html



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Or this one, Any good books?, in Beginning RVing.

Sorry, chemgoddess1, didn't mean to copy your reference!

Meant to link to this discussion, good books, in Beginning RVing.

And some more (I've asked that they be added to the FAQ in the Beginning Forum):

Books for a newbie
RV Info Books, Mag. etc



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If you haven't purchased your RV yet you may want to consider joining the RV Consumer Group or at least purchase one or more of their books like `The RV Rating Book'.
If you have already purchased one User Manual that should have been supplied with your new unit would be a good reference book.
Also, the RV owners website, if there is one, is frequently very good, and is always current. If you are considering SunnyBrook try www.sunnybrooktalk.com.
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check out this topic that was started just a little ago...



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