Originally Posted by DavidM
Well, maybe a little more to it than above. If your question is about something not working or wanting to know how it works, then it is always helpful to indicate exactly what doesn't work and how as well as identifying the model and year of your coach.
As much info about your question as possible always makes the answers more specific.
This is a big issue to me as so many do forget that we have no idea of which one of hundreds of RV the poster has, so asking a question without giving enough info to know is just wasting time, when it can actually be very important to that poster for them to get the info as quickly as possible.
Creative has posted and asked for folks to add the needed info to their posts but I'm sure it never reaches the new folks!
When asking questions, I recommend looking at the question from the other side before we post.
RV are often really complex things and there have been thousands of different ways to build a machine with all the different options, so before asking something like," how do I turn on this light?", it does make it much quicker/easier to know all the info we can. Try to describe the issue as if you had never seen your RV, as many who would like to help will not have any idea. If you say something like, down by the refrigerator, does the person reading your post, have any idea where the frig is?
No big deal and nobody should get too upset, but the best answers come quicker if you give the best info on the first post!
Enjoy and welcome to the forum!!