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Swift Challenger (late eighties) - user manual anyone?

Postby kenw » June 3rd, 2009, 8:17 pm

I have a 1987 Swift Challenger that came with no manuals either for the caravan itself or for the equipment. I have downloaded files for the Cascade water heater, the Central Heating and the fridge but if anyone has a caravan manual for that era that can be scanned to pdf I would be most grateful. It could be emailed to me at swift@kenw.me.uk
My caravan is the Challenger SE 490/4 but I expect any late eighties manual will have relevant information about the electrics etc..
Regards,
Ken.
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Re: Swift Challenger (late eighties) - user manual anyone?

Postby daizym » September 6th, 2009, 11:59 pm

Hi I have a manual for a 1989 challenger if this is any use let me know and could scan it an e-mail to you.
David
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Re: Swift Challenger (late eighties) - user manual anyone?

Postby Tashman » September 9th, 2009, 9:28 am

If you e-mail the Swift group and ask them - they will probabbly e-mail you one.

We recently bought a Swift Corniche without a manual - e-mailed the Swift Group and within a week they e-mailed me one back.

enquiry@swiftgroup.co.uk

Hope this helps

Tashman :)
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Re: Swift Challenger (late eighties) - user manual anyone?

Postby kenw » September 12th, 2009, 8:02 pm

Thanks for the helpful replies but I have now changed the Caravan. Sorry, I had forgotten about this request or I would have left another message already.
Regards,
Ken.
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