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  1. treborgonzo

    treborgonzo

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    Hi everyone

    About to acquire my first motorhome - must admit I didnt realize how they held their prices - I thought I would be getting a nearly new van on my budget but have ended up with a 6 year old. Should be picking her up on 15/08 so will let you know how I get on.

    Cheers

    Rob::bigsmile:
     
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    Hi and welcome to Fun
     
  3. Jim

    Jim Ringleader

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    Hi Rob, exciting times::bigsmile: Welcome to the fun:thumb:
     
  4. shunter

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    Hi Rob and a big :welcome:
     
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    6 year old is quite new. There are plenty older on here.
     
  6. peter marshall

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    :flyingwelcome: Pete :thumb:
     
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    Hi Rob and welcome to fun:thumb:
     
  8. treborgonzo

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    leave boiler filled

    have now got my new van - a Lunar Champ A521 - few minor faults like the fridge doesnt work but will get that sorted - can anybody tell me if I fill the boiler up on site should I empty it every time ive finished using the van or is it alright to leave it filled ??

    Thanks in anticipation

    Rob
     
  9. Chris

    Chris Funster Life Member

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    You certainly need to empty the tank in winter. We empty it every time but can't see that you need to.

    Welcome by the way.
     
  10. Wildman

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    #hi and welcome to the fun, do check out the rally calander and chatroom.
     
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