I am very grateful for the information on the key pad directions. I will try it Weds when I finally pick the
toy Hauler up. It's been a trip for sure. Lots of QC issues to attend to first. The Key Pad is just one. The big one is that when we were sold the WP 23, we were told it comes with a generator mounted on the tongue. Turns out that, the according to Forest River, the generator only stores there and has to be removed to be used. Mounted, the exhaust port is aimed at the battery boxes. If you put a small exhaust on it downward it does no good as it would exhaust into the trailer.
Aim it forward and the hot exhaust is aimed at the propane tanks! Good planning! Anyway, now having dealer fabricate a stainless exhaust down and along the front frame out to the side like the ones that have the gensets build in do. Forest River is paying for the fabrication. I guess they figured that two 60 plus year old could lift a 200 pound generator off the tongue and put it back. Real genius! Brackets weren't attached, wood was cracked, and some other things make this a concern for whats to come. I'll will make sure to post the continuing saga for all to see in hopes that Forest River will begin to take QC seriously and stand behind their products. Thanks again for the keypad directions.