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Old 09-01-2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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Question "artic" switch

Can anyone tell me what the "artic" switch on the 07 Lexington control panel is for?

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Old 09-01-2013, 08:28 PM   #2
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Just a guess but it could be for heat trace tape on the holdings tanks.

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Although I don't have a Lexington, I believe it has to do with the tank heaters and/or basement heat during below freezing temps.
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bottom of switch is labeled PNC and when switched to ARTIC the switch lights red. Thank you for the info. I never thought of that, but it sounds reasonable. I'm going to contact one of the dealers tomorrow and question them also. Just bought the unit couple weeks back and can't find anything in the manuals about it. Thanks again folks...
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on the Lexington, it is the tank heaters. If you look under neath the RV at your tanks you will see the wires. it is a great add-on from FR.
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