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Old 06-18-2006, 03:14 PM   #15
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Me too!!

Server might be down, will drop them an email and check...SORRY!!
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Old 06-23-2006, 10:27 AM   #16
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"""Forbidden
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Web Server at prod.winnebagoind.com """

Any luck with the web site Bob?
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Old 06-24-2006, 03:15 AM   #17
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This one got by me Donovan....I left for Disney about the time all this happened,but I'll drop Bryan a line right now....


ON EDIT: Just sent an email to Bryan Funke at Service Admin....
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Old 06-24-2006, 03:23 AM   #18
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Winnebago Industries just accomplished a make over of their website. Most likely and in conjunction with this new design the paths to the resources were looking for may have been edited or relocated to another server.

Winnebago Industries had made no bones about about it, they want all of us to have the latest and greatest information about our motorhomes including parts, plumbing and electrical diagrams.

I'm sure that these resources will be available shortly and once we have the path we'll make an edit on the links at the top of this thread.
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Old 06-24-2006, 03:33 AM   #19
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Thanks Mike....I'm guessing that may be the "official" response from Bryan as well....
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Old 06-26-2006, 09:47 AM   #20
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Just home from a real long day and a half of day of driving I-95 in the pouring rain....would rather pull my finger nails out that do that again...

I did just open an email from Bryan and Mike P. is 100% correct...

Along with Winnebago's renewed site comes new and separate links for the electrical and plumbing diagrams.

When I get settled in here this evening,I'll hunt them up and change the forum.
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Old 06-26-2006, 11:17 AM   #21
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Thanks (again and again...) to Bryan Funke for the heads up on changing the links to the Parts, Plumbing and Wiring Diagrams...

I have just gone through and updated the original links in post #1 on page 1 to show the new Winnebago Industries web pages. You will notice the plumbing and electrical diagram pages have been separated,as well as a new page for official Winnebago parts.
Mike P was right on the money as well,with his "new site changes" advice...

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THANKS! We don't have the motorhome, yet . But I've downloaded everything and am burning my CD now. It will be great to have all this info onboard the coach! If only I could condense down the black bag to a CD. But the dealer did let me take it home to study
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Old 10-25-2006, 11:40 AM   #23
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I wonder if they have a set of plans for the floor heat duct system? Maybe than I can force more heat up front. Think to much heat is lost in basement. I installed floor vents with the little dampers on them. This helps some.
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Just a quick update. Just got off phone with Winnebago tech. He will e-mail me the layout for floor duct.
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I installed floor vents with the little dampers on them.
rvten, I'm thinking of doing this to my Brave. The OEM "simulated brass" color on my floor registers is wearing off and in some cases, looks like rust/corrosion is setting in. Where did you find replacement register vents with adjustable louvers?

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I found them at Home Depot. Take an old one with you. They come in different sizes. Had to go to two different Home Depots as one store was out of stock at the time.
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I just replaced all of ours because they were looking pretty bad. I tried to get them at Lowes, but they didn't carry all of the sizes so I ordered them from here: www.mobilityrv.com. If you have a Winnebago parts catalog they go by that. If you don't, just call them at 800-933-7742 and talk to Donna. She will help you select the ones you need for your coach. Some come with dampers, and some do not, also some of ours were drop in due to the ceramic tile and the ones in the carpeted area were screw in type. Hope this helps.
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