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Old 04-04-2013, 05:06 PM   #11
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Mistake on my part. The Artic Pack info was not the bad paperwork I received. It was the Supplemental Owner's Manual that was copied a ton of times. So here is the pdf for the Artic Pack info.

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Old 04-05-2013, 06:56 AM   #12
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I'm working on a cleaned up copy of the Supplemental Owner's Manual. Basically the typing is complete but I have to wait until I get my coach back to take some pictures of the dashboard switches. This manual explains the dashboard switches and what they go to as well as some more info about the Battery Control Center and Command Center Panel as well as a makeshift checklist. I have typed it as FR originally created with spelling corrections and completed sentences that were a bit strange looking.
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I had read that. And that is why I had an idea that this unknown switch was for these heating pads. That is why I posed the question. The sad part is, no where on page 47 does it define where or what the switch looks like or what it is labeled, again the reason I asked the question. Thanks to everybody for their responses I do appreciate the feed back.
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I had read that. And that is why I had an idea that this unknown switch was for these heating pads. That is why I posed the question. The sad part is, no where on page 47 does it define where or what the switch looks like or what it is labeled, again the reason I asked the question. Thanks to everybody for their responses I do appreciate the feed back.
As you go along with your new RV you will learn of other switches, latches, compartments etc that are not explained in the FR material you were given with the unit. That is one reason this forum is so helpful.

I think most of us here belive the Manuel's FR supplies need improvement and this topic has been discussed before. I posted a rant sometime ago about what the manual for our outdoor kitchen said - the manual said the thermostat was on the inside ceiling of the refrig when in fact it is on the outside rear of the refrig.

I have developed a good working relationship with the FR rep and he has supplied me with many updated manuals that I needed.
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