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Old 09-23-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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We have just purchased a Flagstaff 625D Classic pop-up that was barely used but came with no paperwork. We are trying to figure things out on it and a couple problems we are having are stumping us.
-how do we get the fridge to turn on?
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-the toilet will make a noise, but we can't figure out how it flushes
We didn't get much help with this and are realizing there is a lot to learn, please help! Thanks!
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:36 AM   #2
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What year is it? There might be slight differences in equipment between years.

Having said that, you probably have a 3 way fridge in it. The controls are most likely on the outside behind the vent. There should be a switch for 12V, one for 110V, and a knob for propane. Only use one at a time. Only use 12V when hooked to your vehicle and running...it'll kill your battery quickly. Propane generally cools it more effectively and it doesn't use much. Keep in mind, it takes quite some time to initially cool it off, so you may want to pre-cool it the day before you leave.

I'm assuming you have a cassette toilet. It has it's own water tank so, if you're hitting the button and nothing is happening, it's probably empty (just pump noise). The fill is on the outside and the black tank slides out the side for emptying. Put chemicals directly down the toilet and not in the freshwater tank for the toilette.
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You can google Thedford cassette toilets and find the model like yours to get more specific instructions. You probably have a Dometic three way fridge. Google that for more specific instructions. If you run the fridge on propane and the tanks have been shut off, I've found it is easier to light the fridge after I've run the stove top burners for a bit to get most of the air out of the lines.

Good luck and enjoy the new pop up!
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Old 09-24-2013, 10:38 AM   #4
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We have just purchased a Flagstaff 625D Classic pop-up that was barely used but came with no paperwork...

We didn't get much help with this and are realizing there is a lot to learn, please help! Thanks!
Welcome to the forum. Hope that the helpful people here can assist you.

Also, we have a library with a variety of manuals that could help you with your various systems and appliances.
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Old 09-25-2013, 12:20 AM   #5
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Thanks everyone that helped a lot. Got the problems fixed, up and running now. Everything seems to be in pretty good shape.
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