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Old 09-18-2015, 11:40 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Iraqvet05 View Post
IMO, the Jayco manuals are very vague. The Flight manuals cover too many models and do not go into detail and leave much to the imagination. YouTube and this forum have been way more helpful to me that than the manual.
I agree completely. You'd be better off looking on YouTube


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Old 09-18-2015, 03:43 PM   #12
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I agree, when it comes to the manual, it's not very helpful for maintenance!

Our dealer included a list of maintenance items with the documentation for the trailer. In addition they covered a lot during the PDI. They also have occasional free seminars on things like winterizing. Using resources like this, and things others have mentioned you can build your own list.

Keep in mind too that some things may be specific to features your trailer has. For example we have a small slide out which has it's specifics, and being a hybrid, we have the bed seals to maintain.

Quite honestly I don't find there is much more to do annually than what you already mentioned, and winterizing/de-winterizing. I would also add checking all seals (windows, doors, roof, cord receptacle, running lights, etc.) for dryout and/or cracks. Checking the spare should be done before every trip.

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