How do I order parts for my motorhome, obtain parts pricing or check on the status of an ordered part?
Genuine Winnebago Parts and Accessories are available exclusively through authorized Winnebago Motorhome dealers. Our dealers have the training and experience to assist you to get the right parts for your motorhome. Winnebago Motorhomes does not sell parts directly to customers.
You can find an authorized dealer anywhere in the US or Canada using the dealer locator found here. Winnebago dealers are able to take orders over the phone and can drop ship parts directly to you from the factory – no matter where you are traveling.
Many Winnebago dealers can also assist you via the internet. Simply search “Winnebago Parts” on Google or other search engine.
Please contact or visit your Winnebago motorhome dealer for parts assistance and sales. Winnebago is no longer able to sell parts, provide pricing or provide the status of parts orders directly to motorhome owners.
Can I come to the factory for service?
Yes. Winnebago has a Service Facility to assist you with warranty and retail repairs. You can contact our Service Facility directly to set an appointment at (866) 311-7133.
How can I obtain a build sheet for my motorhome?
Contact Winnebago Customer Assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-537-1885 with your Winnebago Body Serial Number.
How do I update my address or contact information?
What should I do if my HDMI Matrix isn’t delivering a picture to one of my TV screens?
The problem is often simply a disconnected cable. View this short video for help with diagnosis.
What should I do if my generator is running but I do not have A/C power?
The problem is often a tripped breaker. View this short video for help finding and resetting your A/C power breakers.
How do I resync the Power Gear slide out?
Watch a short video showing how to resync the Power Gear slide out.
Will high altitudes change how my LP appliances operate? What can I do?
Probably. At higher altitudes, air contains less oxygen and may prevent proper LP operation. For a flame to keep burning, it requires the right mixture of fuel (propane) and air (oxygen). Too much or too little of either and the flame will go out, or burn inefficiently.
Some appliances have an adjustable air intake to adjust the air/fuel mixture. Please consult your specific appliance operator’s manual for instructions on high altitude operation. Depending on how high above sea level you are, you may be able to adjust the air intake to get proper operation.
If your appliance doesn’t have an adjustable air intake, you might try a smaller orifice. At high altitude, there is not enough air getting to the appliance to create the right air/fuel mix, usually creating a lazy yellow flame and soot deposits. In this case, a smaller diameter orifice will limit the amount of fuel and create the correct air/fuel mixture.
Some manufacturers provide special “high altitude kits”. Please consult your specific appliance operator’s manual or contact the manufacturer of your specific appliance to see if they have a kit available.
How do I properly operate my Power Gear slide out?
The operation of a Power Gear slide out is simple and intuitive, but for a refresher on doing it right, view this short video.
How do I rinse out the inside of my black tank using the Sani flush connection?
It is a good idea to periodically rinse out the inside of your black tank. View this short video for help using the Sani flush feature.