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  1. Joeyt

    Joeyt New Member

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    Hello everyone. I'm looking for the Owners Manual for a 1998 Coleman Fleetwood "Seapine" popup. And help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
     
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    Joeyt New Member

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    Thank you. I'll take a look. Appreciate the quick response.
     
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    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    Coleman in 1998 made a "Redwood" model popup. Rockwood is a totally different manufacturer.
    You usually will find the the owners manual are useless. My advise (for what it's worth) is to start a Notebook. Write down and post your questions and record the answers. The Redwood is a small camper without much equipment to fuss with.
    Make your first camping trip ........ Camp driveway.......
    Please ask a lot of questions, many good people are here to help.
     
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    Yes you are correct. Looking for the fleetwood "seapine". I gave it to my son and he's having issues with the furnace not lighting. Thanks for the response. Much appreciate. I'll try to change the original post.
     
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    Most of the appliances have their own manuals as well - the pup owners manual often covers them briefly. Might need to pull the panel to figure out make/model, and search for that manual as well. Also, the stock thermostats tend to be very stiff - mine feels like it will break it takes so much effort to switch the lever from off to on. If it hasn't been used for a while, might need to purge the lines of air. It always takes a little bit of effort to get my lpg appliances up and running at the beginning of the season. Also need good power to fire the igniter and fan.
     
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    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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