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Old 11-05-2015, 10:00 PM   #1
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2013 LaCrosse 318bhs New owner (need manual)

Hey all,
My daughter just purchased a 2013 LaCrosse 318bhs. She is full timing. The camper did not come with an owners manual. Trying to figure out where all the switches are. I see that the black and gray plus fresh water tanks have heaters. Is there a switch to turn on, or does the heating pads come on at a certain temp?

BTW, any advice on full timing and prep for the winter would be awesome.
She is in SE Washington State, where the temps very seldom drop below 0.

Thanks
Robin
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Old 11-05-2015, 10:08 PM   #2
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Very generic but here ya go.

Also I had / have 2 pt units. Both had underbelly heat by the furnace blowing warm air into the underbelly to heat the tanks. So there may not be any switches, just turn the furnace on.
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Old 11-06-2015, 06:40 PM   #3
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Hey all,
My daughter just purchased a 2013 LaCrosse 318bhs. She is full timing. The camper did not come with an owners manual. Trying to figure out where all the switches are. I see that the black and gray plus fresh water tanks have heaters. Is there a switch to turn on, or does the heating pads come on at a certain temp?

BTW, any advice on full timing and prep for the winter would be awesome.
She is in SE Washington State, where the temps very seldom drop below 0.

Thanks
Robin
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Very generic but here ya go.

Also I had / have 2 pt units. Both had underbelly heat by the furnace blowing warm air into the underbelly to heat the tanks. So there may not be any switches, just turn the furnace on.
Did you understand that the tanks are heated by the phrase "enclosed heated underbelly"? That's the common phrase PT uses to advertise heating the tanks by blowing furnace air down under the floor. If so, Platokidd is correct......when the furnace runs, heat is automatically delivered to the underbelly area.
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