Compass Amazon 400 RL 2005

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  1. Ian2014

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    Hi, I recently purchased my first motorhome, Compass Amazon 400 RL 2005, however I do not have a manual for it, can anybody advise where I can get one.
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    Try Eldiss.co.uk
    Email them and they may be able to help.
     
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    Explorer Group publish archive manuals in PDF form Here.

    You probably need the 2005 Motorhome Handbook.
     
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    Manual

    Thanks, checked archive but no joy, have emailed them as PaulyP suggested :thumb:
     
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    The 2005 Motorhome Handbook downloaded OK for me. You won't find one specific to the 400RL in 2005, they just produced one general handbook covering the features of all their range.

    Amazon is only a variant of the Avantgarde range (which is equivalent to the Elddis Autoquest range).
     
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    Thanks......very funny :Rofl1:
     
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    If its anything like our 'van you don't get a lot from the manufacturer, the main stuff is in the individual information from the separate manufacturers of the items fitted into the vehicle.

    It's surprising how many manuals for the individual fittings you may find on line, for example 'fridges, water heaters etc. Just enter the model number of the item into Google plus "manual user guide". We used to carry lots of paper copies around but now I have them all on my tablet as PDFs. Though TBH, the only one I refer to is the one for programming the water/habitation heater as it is only intuitive if you are an alien as the controls could not have been designed by anyone human.

    Of course, finding the model number may be difficult but you can try the manufacturer's website and there you might find pictures to help identify what you have. You may also find not a lot of difference between specific models in terms of what they do and how you operate them.
     
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