vljhnsn
Hey I want to thank all of you for your info you are giving out on your Retros.  We bought a used 2015 177, not a 177SE.  We are beginners travel trailering.  Love the look and style of the retros.  We have absolutely NO experience so this website is helping alot and thank God for U-tube....  I am learning about Black, Gray and Potable water, I will not use the AC because of fear from what I have read here about the drainage and damage... We did not get a users manual with our rig and am having no luck in finding one, so this website helps alot there.  I just read where to find the fuses below the refer...Lots to learn and I am learning alot from all of the comments I am reading here.  My thanks to all and we are very excited about taking our first voyage.  Val
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Sue Sue
Hi, and welcome.
we bought a 2016 177se which was a few months old.
We also had no manual.
We wrote to Riverside, and they kindly sent us a manual. I believe you can also download one online, but can’t find the link.
We use the wall ac all the time, without issues.
I hope you enjoy it as much as we have.
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Alabama Jim
Welcome aboard and I pray God grants you many fun and safe trips.  Don't forget to post pictures of your trips, we all love them.
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retro195man
vljhnsn wrote:
Hey I want to thank all of you for your info you are giving out on your Retros.  We bought a used 2015 177, not a 177SE.  We are beginners travel trailering.  Love the look and style of the retros.  We have absolutely NO experience so this website is helping alot and thank God for U-tube....  I am learning about Black, Gray and Potable water, I will not use the AC because of fear from what I have read here about the drainage and damage... We did not get a users manual with our rig and am having no luck in finding one, so this website helps alot there.  I just read where to find the fuses below the refer...Lots to learn and I am learning alot from all of the comments I am reading here.  My thanks to all and we are very excited about taking our first voyage.  Val

Don't fear the A/C. Keep the trailer level. I used mine all last summer (NE Ohio) without a problem.

Also, make sure it is charged and test annually for freon leaks. You should be good to go.

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Alabama Jim
If your AC is on the roof, don't worry about using it.  Here in the hot and humid South we have run ours many times with no problems.  The water is meant to drain onto the roof and spill off through the gutter.
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