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Old 12-18-2019, 08:38 PM   #1
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New 2006 Outlook owner!

Hi, Just got my 2006 Outlook 31C,
Got a few minor things to replace.
Fuel sensor, power cord, Voyager monitor and Radio.
Iíve been reading the manual, I think Iím going to find me a class to take to help me understand everything. Iíve camped out before with friends Doing set up takedown but now itís mine and I need to be able to handle it.

Any suggestions with the voyager monitor? Or anything else. Iím planning a short trip in 3 weeks. Getting my essentials together.

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Old 12-18-2019, 09:40 PM   #2
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Welcome, Annie! Don't have any suggestions for your replacement items. Professional help is always a plus, and hey a peek over their shoulder helps you to learn a thing or two from the pros. Only suggestion we can offer is PreFlight. We have a PreFlight Checklist in our phones that we use every time we hit the road, which has been a lot since we started our full-time lifestyle back in August. We're still adding to our list, but it definitely helps during your last few minutes to make sure you're tightened up and road worthy.

Enjoy the journey!
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Old 12-21-2019, 04:19 AM   #3
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Welcome to the world of RVing. The items for replacement that you mentioned. As for the power cord that's easy, any RV parts place or even Walmart.

Instead of a class you may want to see it there is a Winnie club (chapter) near where you live. You may look into a Good Sam chapter near you. These folks I think would help you out.

The main thing is just go out and have fun. Do not be afraid to ask questions from folks at the campgrounds. We have all been there at one time or another.
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