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Post by carlwild on Thu Nov 26, 2015 8:54 pm

Hi everyone

I have just bough an Autosleeper Ravenna on a Peugeot Boxer base 1999.  Unfortunately the previous owner did not have time to show me around the van so that i could understand how this works. I was wondering if there was anyone local to Todmorden or in the West Yorkshire area that may be willing to spend 30 minutes or so just showing me the general details.

Happy to provide a bottle of your favourite tipple in return

Thanks

Carl
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Post by daisy mae on Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:21 pm

Hello and asof_welcome2 from Leicestershire. plenty of info on here, sorry cannot help you on that particular van, someone will I am sure,  very friendly helpful members on here.

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Post by nedseagoon on Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:32 pm

Hi Carl, I have a 2002 Ravenna, I live in Warrington, what do you want to know about the Ravenna?

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Post by carlwild on Fri Nov 27, 2015 12:18 pm

Hi Ron

Thank you for the response.  What I really want to know is

(i) How to drain the water system (fresh and grey water), heater and toilet
(ii) How to refill the system again once drained and any steps I need to follow to ensure I do not damage the water heater
(iii) General information about the control panel
(iv) TV Ariel set up
(v) Toilet flush set up etc...

I have had a go at draining the heater and probably removed a bucket full of water I have also opened a tap at the back of the van which seems to be for the fresh water tank which has also drained and there no water coming from the taps.  Despite this the when pressing the water level gauge on the control panel it still states that I have 0.25 of a tank.

I do have a copy of the Autosleeper manual but it appears to be missing some items/appendix which is making this difficult to follow and it is sometimes easier being shown what to do as opposed to following the instructions.

Would you be able to spare some time to demonstrate how you use your van in exchange for a bottle?

Thanks

Carl
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Post by nedseagoon on Fri Nov 27, 2015 7:31 pm

Hi Carl, Is your Motorhome still on the road? if so can you come over here to Warrington?
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Post by carlwild on Sat Nov 28, 2015 6:49 am

Hi Ron, thanks for the reply. yes the motorhome is on the road when would you be free for me to come across?

Can you let me know your postcode and what you prefer to drink.

Thanks for taking the time

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