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I think that might be more of a factory manual rather than one available to the general public. More than likely they have a very specific order in which the steps have to be done.
But, if you go to an RV dealer that will service your make and model, you can go in and talk to the service manager, and possibly parts counter and ask them if you can see that section that would have that repair, they'll let you see it, or copy it (make sure to take a camera along to do the copy).
They will probably try to sell you the part too.
Take it in to the service department where you purchased it. Sounds like you have picked up on of those stow away hitch hikers that hide out in the retractables, like those airliners have had happen. Just a little humor. Take it to the service department...just like the message says....sort of.
Usually generic, and not much detail. The fusebox should be with breaker panel in most cases. Look for a brown cover. As far as pump goes, turn it on and listen close until you find it. usually not too far from potable tank. May have to remove a cover, on front or top for access.
Most all travel trailers are set up for 30 amp single pole service which means 110 volts. Always check with your service manual and make sure, if you hook it up wrong you will burn up/smoke some electronics and it can be a costly problem. Also, a 30 amp service for travel trailers are not like a regular receptacle, it takes a special type of recept. Most any good electrical supply store can lead you in the right direction but you MUST know how to wire it up to code in your area! If your not a licensed electrician or at least know what I am talking about, I wouldn't recommend you doing this! It may have to be done in GFI and/or waterproof connections.