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Old 10-29-2017, 07:11 PM   #1
Don Rigney
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Manuals for 2006 Montana Model 3475RL

Have recently acquired a 2006 Montana model 3475RL. Purchased from an insurance company. Rebuilding water damage. No literature available on the systems, i.e. Owner's manual, etc.

Would appreciate any information you can share on the various systems. Need info the the hydraulic slides, connections in the sewer dump compartment, electrical, etc. Any and all appreciated.

Have owned and used a variety of rv's over the past 25 years so familiar with the basics....just not this unit.

Thanks
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Old 10-30-2017, 12:12 AM   #2
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This is the basic specs from Keystone for the 2006 models. http://www.keystonerv.com/previous-y...tana&year=2006

This would be the Keystone manual that would come with the rig for that year. http://www.keystonerv.com/media/2150...ion_9-1-05.pdf

Other than that manual, you will need to identify each appliance or system, and go to the various manufacturer sites and download those manuals. There are no Keystone model specific manuals, no wiring diagrams or plumbing diagrams either, not for older units nor even brand new units.
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Old 10-30-2017, 07:14 AM   #3
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rohrmann is correct. But, I have a 2006 3475 with all the manuals. So, don't hesitate to fire off a question to me. I have also replaced or upgraded the televisions, recliners, awning, installed wet-bolts, replaced the roof, Moryryde King pin, changed out lights to LEDs, installed adjustable floor vents, replaced a failed furnace, replaced the toilet seal, and several others--installed a satellite system--and others that I have forgotten about. But--I still travel about 4000 miles a year! My wife really loves the floor plan!
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Thanks for the help from both of you. Just got to the SE to begin the repair of the damaged floor area. Just finished repairing and replacing part of the L/R slideout floor. Slow but doable....thanks again
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Old 11-23-2017, 11:25 PM   #5
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Have recently acquired a 2006 Montana model 3475RL. Purchased from an insurance company. Rebuilding water damage. No literature available on the systems, i.e. Owner's manual, etc.

Would appreciate any information you can share on the various systems. Need info the the hydraulic slides, connections in the sewer dump compartment, electrical, etc. Any and all appreciated.

Have owned and used a variety of rv's over the past 25 years so familiar with the basics....just not this unit.

Thanks
Download the manual here

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...g12i6_3_PDKWkt
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