Roadtrek 210P Owner`s manual

210 Chevrolet Models Owner’s Manual
Including
Limited Warranty Information
WARNINGS & CAUTIONS
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
This manual contains WARNINGS against operating
procedures which could result in an accident or bodily injury.
The manual also contains CAUTIONS against procedures
which could result in damage to your vehicle.
If you do not read the entire manual you may miss important
information. Observe all Warnings & Cautions.
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WARNINGS & CAUTIONS
WARNINGS:
SEAT BELTS:
Only forward facing seats equipped with factory installed seat belts are to be occupied while the vehicle is in
motion. All passengers must be seated in these seats only, with the seat belts fastened while the vehicle is in
motion.
TV:
The flat screen TV should not be stored inside the Roadtrek in temperatures below -4°F (-20°C) to reduce the
chance of damage from the cold. The operating temperature of the monitor is recommended between 50°F
and 104°F (10°C and 40°C) with a humidity range of 10% to 80%, non condensing.
If your vehicle is equipped with an optional flat screen TV, the TV must be off and in the stored position
during travel.
LPG:
L.P.G. tanks shall not be placed or stored inside your vehicle. L.P.G. tanks are equipped with safety devices
which relieve excessive presser by discharging gas to the atmosphere.
To reduce the danger of fire or explosion do not store gasoline or other flammable liquids inside your vehicle.
Ensure you purchase L.P.G. From a reputable L.P.G. facility. Contaminated L.P.G. Is common cause of system
failure.
Do not refuel the L.P.G. tank to more than 80% of its capacity.
The L.P.G. tank valve must be closed and ALL PILOT LIGHTS, APPLIANCES, AND THEIR IGNITERS (see Operating
Instructions) SHALL BE TURNED OFF during refueling of motor fuel tank and/or the L.P.G. tank. Only qualified
personnel should refuel your L.P.G. tank.
APPLIANCES:
It is not safe to use cooking appliances for space heating purposes due to the danger of asphyxiation.
The L.P.G. Stove needs fresh air for its safe operation.
Portable fuel burning equipment, including wood or charcoal grills and stoves, should not be used inside
your vehicle. Use of this type of equipment inside your vehicle may cause fire or asphyxiation.
L.P.G. LEAK DETECTOR:
Do not block air circulation in the area where the L.P.G. Leak Detector is located.
Battery disconnect switch must be in the “ON” position for the L.P.G. detector to function.
CARBON MONOXIDE LEAK DETECTOR:
Do not block air circulation in the area where the carbon monoxide leak detector is located.
Battery disconnect switch must be in the “ON” position for the Carbon Monoxide Leak Detector to function.
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WARNINGS & CAUTIONS
110 VOLT ELECTRICAL SERVICING:
Prior to servicing the 110 volt Galley GFCI & Audio/Video cabinet interior receptacles, unplug the output lead
from the power inverter.
EXTERIOR ACCESS DOORS:
Ensure power cord and city water line are disconnected and in their stored positions before vehicle is put in
motion.
CAUTIONS:
CLOVERLEAF DINING TABLE:
Cloverleaf dining table is heavy, lift while bending knees.
EXTRA COUNTER SPACE:
Make sure the stove is off and has cooled prior to lowering the stove cover.
TV:
When the vehicle is in motion it is recommended that the TV be “OFF” and in the stored position. The thumb tab
should be in place to secure the TV in the stored position.
The flat screen TV (option TF) should not be stored inside the Roadtrek in temperatures below -4°F (-20°C). The
operating temperature of the monitor is recommended between 50°F & 104°F (10°C – 40°C) with a humidity
range of 10%-80%, non condensing.
To remove the T/V, remove the four mounting bolts on the back of the T/V mounting bracket and remove the
RCA cables, power supply cable and antenna cable.
AUXILIARY BATTERY:
Battery acid can burn skin and clothing. Protective eye wear and gloves should be worn when handling batteries.
REPLACING THE AUXILIARY BATTERY:
Ensure that the inverter is disconnected prior to disconnecting the auxiliary battery.
GENERATOR:
When launching a boat, using your Roadtrek, it is important to know that the generator must not be submerged
in water.
WASTE WATER STORAGE AND DUMPING SYSTEM:
Ensure that both the black and gray water gate valves are closed (inward position) before using the waste water
system.
Under moderate subfreezing conditions, antifreeze is required in the exterior fresh water tank, black and gray
waste water tanks. Antifreeze should be used at a 50% water and 50% antifreeze ratio.
THE WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS IN THE QUICK REFERENCE ARE AN OVERVIEW AND THERE
ARE MORE NOTES AND INSTRUCTIONS WITHIN THIS MANUAL.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE PROCEDURES
OBTAINING MOTORHOME SERVICE
The solution to all your Roadtrek concerns starts with your Roadtrek Dealer
Roadtrek Dealer
GM Dealer
Roadtrek Dealer
The dealership should always be given the
opportunity to resolve your concerns prior to
contacting Home & Park Motorhomes
Advise the Service Department
that you have a
Chevy Express Van
that requires service.
Note: Using the word “Motorhome” may cause
the dealer to shy away from service.
Most automotive dealers have the service
capabilities to handle the 1 ton van.
If situation is
not resolved
Contact Service Writer
at Roadtrek Dealership
Contact Service Writer
If situation is
not resolved
If situation is
not resolved
Contact Service Manager
If situation is
not resolved
Contact Service Manager
at Roadtrek Dealership
Contact Dealer Principal
If situation is
not resolved
Contact Dealer Principal
at Roadtrek Dealership
If situation is
not resolved
Contact Chassis
Customer Service Department
for assistance.
Customer Service will issue a file for your records.
If situation is
not resolved
If situation is
not resolved
Contact
Home & Park Motorhomes
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction __________________________________________________________________________________________________ A-0
Weight Ratings ________________________________________________________________________________________________ A-1
Specifications (Automotive/Motorhome) __________________________________________________________________________A-2
Appliance Log ________________________________________________________________________________________________A-3
Manufacturer Contact Information ______________________________________________________________________________A-4
Daily Living __________________________________________________________________________________________________ B-1
Captain’s Seats ________________________________________________________________________________________________ B-1
Seat Belt Usage ________________________________________________________________________________________________ B-1
Cloverleaf Dining Table __________________________________________________________________________________________ B-2
Dinette Table __________________________________________________________________________________________________ B-3
Sleeping Facilities ______________________________________________________________________________________________ B-4
Rear Twin Beds ________________________________________________________________________________________ B-4
Rear King Bed / Rear Queen Bed __________________________________________________________________________ B-5
Front Lounge Seats ______________________________________________________________________________________ B-6
Washroom and Privacy Area ______________________________________________________________________________________ B-7
Rear Privacy Doors ______________________________________________________________________________________B-7
Front Privacy Doors ______________________________________________________________________________________B-7
Washroom Facilities ____________________________________________________________________________________________ B-8
Toilet ________________________________________________________________________________________________ B-8
Stand-up Aisle Shower __________________________________________________________________________________ B-8
Extra Counter Space ____________________________________________________________________________________________ B-9
TV __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ B-9
Exterior Access Doors __________________________________________________________________________________________ B-10
Driver Side Access Doors ________________________________________________________________________________ B-10
L.P.G. (Liquid Propane Gas) Access Door ____________________________________________________________________ B-11
Passenger Side Access Doors ____________________________________________________________________________ B-11
Auxiliary Battery ______________________________________________________________________________________________ B-12
Replacing the Auxiliary Battery __________________________________________________________________________________B-12
Spare Tire Storage ____________________________________________________________________________________________ B-13
Continental Spare Tire Kit ________________________________________________________________________________________B-13
Caution Note (Mineralling) ______________________________________________________________________________________B-13
Floor Plan & Appliance Location ________________________________________________________________________________ C-1
Fresh Water System ____________________________________________________________________________________________ C-1
Elevation (210-Popular Chevrolet) ________________________________________________________________________________ C-2
Floor Plan with Appliance Location (210-Popular Chevrolet) ____________________________________________________________ C-3
Elevation (210-Versatile Chevrolet) ________________________________________________________________________________ C-4
Floor Plan with Appliance Location (210-Versatile Chevrolet) __________________________________________________________ C-5
Electrical System ______________________________________________________________________________________________ E-1
Inverter ______________________________________________________________________________________________________E-1
10V Inverter/Charger Shut Down __________________________________________________________________________________E-1
Inverter/Charger Start up After Automatic Safety Shut Down ____________________________________________________________E-1
Dry Camping Battery Conservation ________________________________________________________________________________E-1
Receptacle Functionality__________________________________________________________________________________________E-1
120 / 12V Inverter/Charger/Distribution Panel ______________________________________________________________________ E-2
External Electrical Source Connection ______________________________________________________________________________ E-2
Generator ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ E-2
Built-in 110 V Heat Pump - Air Conditioner __________________________________________________________________________ E-2
Monitor Panel __________________________________________________________________________________________________ E-3
Auxiliary Battery and Isolator ____________________________________________________________________________________ E-4
Automotive Battery ____________________________________________________________________________________________ E-4
Interior Cab Light ______________________________________________________________________________________________ E-4
Range Hood Exhaust Fan ________________________________________________________________________________________ E-4
Water Heater __________________________________________________________________________________________________E-4
Rear Storage Light ______________________________________________________________________________________________E-4
Electrical System Legend ________________________________________________________________________________________ E-5
Electrical System Schematics ________________________________________________________________________________ E-6 - E-7
L.P.G. (Liquid Propane Gas) & Safety System ______________________________________________________________________ F-1
L.P.G. Tank ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ F-2
Appliances ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ F-2
Refueling Procedures ____________________________________________________________________________________________ F-2
Regulator ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ F-2
L.P.G. Leak Detector ____________________________________________________________________________________________ F-3
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Carbon Monoxide Leak Detector __________________________________________________________________________________ F-3
Smoke Detector ________________________________________________________________________________________________ F-3
L.P.G. System Schematic (210-Popular Chevrolet) ____________________________________________________________________ F-4
L.P.G. System Schematic (210-Versatile Chevrolet) ____________________________________________________________________ F-5
Water Systems ________________________________________________________________________________________________ G-1
Winter Mode Valve Position ______________________________________________________________________________________ G-1
Winter Use ____________________________________________________________________________________________________G-1
Summer Use Valve Position ______________________________________________________________________________________ G-1
Water Systems (Summer & Winter mode) __________________________________________________________________________ G-2
To De-Winterize ________________________________________________________________________________________________ G-3
Fresh Water Tanks ______________________________________________________________________________________________ G-4
Filling the Interior Fresh Water Tank ________________________________________________________________________ G-4
Filling the Exterior Fresh Water Tank ________________________________________________________________________ G-4
City Water Connection __________________________________________________________________________________ G-5
Waste Water Storage and Dumping System ________________________________________________________________________ G-6
Waste Water Tank Preparation ____________________________________________________________________________________G-6
Waste Water Tank Dumping ______________________________________________________________________________________ G-7
Waste Water Tank Flushing ______________________________________________________________________________________ G-8
Outside Shower ________________________________________________________________________________________________ G-8
Potable Water System Draining __________________________________________________________________________________ G-8
Potable Water System Sanitizing __________________________________________________________________________________ G-9
Water System Winterizing ________________________________________________________________________________________G-9
Water System Schematic (210-Popular Chevrolet) ____________________________________________________________________G-10
Water System Schematic (210-Versatile Chevrolet) __________________________________________________________________G-11
Owner Maintenance __________________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Fiberglass Maintenance__________________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Exterior Washing ______________________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Other Maintenance ____________________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Winter Storage ________________________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Inside Your Vehicle ______________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Outside Your Vehicle ____________________________________________________________________________________ H-1
Spring Start-Up ________________________________________________________________________________________________ H-2
Tires ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ H-2
Cargo Carrying Capacity ________________________________________________________________________________________ H-2
Owner Maintenance Checks ______________________________________________________________________________________ H-2
When You Stop for Fuel __________________________________________________________________________________ H-2
At Least Monthly________________________________________________________________________________________ H-2
At Least Once Every Three Months ________________________________________________________________________ H-2
At Least Twice A Year ____________________________________________________________________________________ H-3
At Least Once A Year ____________________________________________________________________________________ H-3
Auxiliary Battery________________________________________________________________________________________________ H-3
Aluminum Wheel Maintenance __________________________________________________________________________________ H-4
Limited Warranty Information __________________________________________________________________________________ I-0
Limited Warranty Definitions ______________________________________________________________________________________ I-1
Home & Park Limited Warranty Registration Card______________________________________________________________________ I-1
Automotive Warranty - General Motors (Chevrolet Chassis) __________________________________________________________ I-1 - I-2
Limited Warranty Information ____________________________________________________________________________________ I-2
Automotive Customer Service & Roadside Assistance Numbers __________________________________________________________ I-2
Appliance Warranty______________________________________________________________________________________________ I-2
Home & Park Limited Motorhome Warranty ______________________________________________________________________ I-3 - I-4
Customer Assistance __________________________________________________________________________________________ J-1
Reporting Safety Defects (U.S. Only) ________________________________________________________________________________ J-1
Roadtrek Ambassador Potential Customer Referral Program for Roadtrek Owners __________________________________________ J-1
Roadtrek Club International ______________________________________________________________________________________ J-2
Address, Phone & Facsimile Numbers, and E-mail______________________________________________________________________ J-2
Website ______________________________________________________________________________________________________J-2
Obtaining Motorhome Service __________________________________________________________________________________ K-1
Roadtrek International Chapter FMCA / A Roadtrek Owners’ Club Membership Forms __________________________________ L-1
Change of Owner Name or Address Form __________________________________________________________________________ L-2
Potential Customer Referral Card ________________________________________________________________________________ L-4
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INTRODUCTION
A WORD TO ROADTREK OWNERS...
This manual has been prepared to acquaint you with the operation, maintenance and warranties of your new
Roadtrek Motorhome Van. Your vehicle has been designed, engineered and manufactured to provide you with
the utmost in pleasure, dependability and quality. It is important that you read the contents of this manual, that of
the Chevrolet chassis and those of other components, and follow the instructions and recommendations contained
in each to help assure the most enjoyable and trouble free operation of your vehicle.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for selecting a Roadtrek product and assure you of our
continuing commitment to your recreational vehicle pleasure, safety and satisfaction.
INTRODUCTION
This manual has been written to provide you with the information required to properly operate and maintain your
new Roadtrek. After reading this manual, be sure to keep it in your vehicle as a reference. Your Roadtrek dealer will
be glad to answer any further questions about the operation of your vehicle.
IMPORTANT
Every reasonable precaution has been undertaken in the preparation of this manual resulting in the utmost
accuracy possible at the time of publication. However, due to the continuing improvement and refinement of our
products and normal changes in information and procedures, Home & Park shall assume no responsibility
whatsoever for errors or omissions in the manual’s contents.
Further, Home & Park shall not be held liable or assume any obligations or responsibilities whatsoever for any loss,
damage or injury directly or indirectly caused by, arising or resulting from, or as a consequence of the use or
nonuse of the information contained herein or the operation or non-operation of any items mentioned herein. And
finally, Home & Park shall be indemnified and saved harmless from all losses, expenses, claims and demands
whatsoever.
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INTRODUCTION
Weight Ratings
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR): is the maximum
permissible weight of this vehicle when fully loaded. It
includes all weight at the vehicle axle(s).
Unloaded Vehicle Weight (UVW): is the weight of this
motorhome as manufactured at the factory. It includes all
weight at the vehicle axle(s). If applicable, it also includes full
generator fluids, including fuel, engine oil and coolants.
Cargo Carrying Capacity (CCC): is equal to GVWR minus
each of the following: UVW, full fresh (potable) water weight
(including water heater), and full LP-Gas weight and SCWR.
Sample of US Weight label:
Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR): means the
maximum allowable loaded weight of this motorhome and
any towed trailer or towed vehicle.
Canadian Models - Seating Capacity Weight Rating (SCWR)
US Models - Sleeping Capacity Weight Rating (SCWR): is
the manufacturer’s designated number of sleeping positions
multiplied by 154 pounds (70 kilograms).
Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR): is the value specified as
the load carrying capacity of a single axle system, as
measured at the tire-ground interfaces.
Sample of Canadian Weight label:
Towing Guidelines: Consult Chevrolet Owners Manual(s) for
specific weighing instructions and towing guidelines
including auxiliary brake requirements for any towed trailer
or towed vehicle.
Weighing Procedure: Prior to weighing each unit, the fuel
tank must be full, as well as the fresh water tank. All tires
must be of equal pressure, and any snow must be removed.
Note the weighing must be done on level ground!
Equipment: 2 Portable Scales (including electrical power source), 2 wooden ramps, lift and pressure gauge.
Alternate: D.O.T. approved customer scales
Note: Wooden ramps must be equal to or less than 1/8” of the height of the scales being used.
Procedure:
1) Fill Fuel Tank
2) Fill Fresh Water Tank
3) Measure all tire pressures and equalize if necessary
4) Place wooden ramps below rear wheels (using lift or driving onto ramps for levelling vehicle; N/A if
commercial scales used)
5) Place scales under front wheels
6) Record scale readings
7) Repeat for rear wheels
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VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS
2005 STANDARD
AND OPTIONAL
AUTOMOTIVE FEATURES
Roadtrek 210 models
on Chevrolet 3500
Extended Van
2005 STANDARD
MOTORHOME
FEATURES
Roadtrek 210 models
on Chevrolet 3500
Extended Van
Air bag - driver & passenger
Alternator
Axle - rear - standard
Battery
Brakes - anti lock
Cooling - transmission oil
Defroster - rear window
Door locks
Doors & exits
Engine - standard
Fuel capacity
Ground effects package
Mirror - interior
Mirrors - exterior
Power - standard
Receiver - Class IV frame mounted
Running boards
Seats - Captain’s
standard with passenger on/off switch
145 amp.
4.10 ratio (w/locking diff., trans.cooler)
600 amp.
four wheel disc
standard - internal
standard
power - all doors
wide side & 50/50 rear
6.0 L SFI gas V8
117 L/31 US gal.
optional
compass & exterior temperature
power - 7 1/2" x 8"
223 kW/300 HP
standard
aerodynamic with storage
swiveling, reclining, power lumbar
supports & dual armrests
optional - Captain’s & lounge seats
premium AM/FM & CD
rear storage area or optional
Continental kit
LT245/75R16E black wall
490 N-m/360 ft.lbs.
7258 Kg/16000 lbs.*
3450 Kg/7600 lbs.**
454 Kg/1000 lbs.***
steel - 16" - with trim
aluminum - 16" - with steel spare
power - front doors only
tinted - all
standard
optional (in addition to 4 way)
Air conditioner
Aisle
Battery - auxiliary - 12V
Battery storage - auxiliary
Beds - dual density foam
Cabinet - audio/video & storage
Carpet
Connection - auxiliary
Connection - external - 110V
Connection - external - TV cable
Connection - external - water
Counter top
Detectors
Faucet - galley
Floor - lowered
110V recessed, 12000 BTU
32"/810 mm wide
lead acid deep cycle , 95 amp-hrs.
slide-out tray below floor
130 mm/5"
standard
40 oz.100% Dupont nylon
LPG for BBQ w/quick disconnect
standard w/detachable power cord
standard
standard with quick disconnect
molded fiberglass w/solid surface
smoke, LP gas & CO
single lever
2025 mm x 890 mm x 50 mm
80" x 35" x 2", no step over frame
LP gas automatic, 16000 BTU
for ‘Onan’
‘Dometic’with ducts to rear bed
toast & bake, 28L/1.0 cu.ft., 1800 W
water & LP gas levels, battery
charge & battery disconnect
110/12V electronic with all 12V
outputs filtered, 45 amp.
12/110V, 600 W
with trifold doors, patented
with exhaust fan & light
12V/110V/LP gas, 4.0 cu.ft.
low profile power w/thermostat
12V macerator sewage pump
stand-up in aisle
molded into counter w/flush cover
across the rear with trunk
3 drawers below floor
68 cu.ft., 86 w/options
LP gas recessed w/flush cover
32" x 32" open, 20" x 20" closed
38 L/10 US gal./45 lbs.
marine with foot pedal flush
built-in
front & rear door posts to reduce
clutter & prevent tampering w/supply
110V/LP gas with bypass,
23L/6 US gal., 12000 BTU
12V with ‘Shurflo’water pump
(see Interior Dimensions)
frameless awning type
3 frameless with removable shades
Seats - leather
Sound system
Tire storage - spare
Tires
Torque - standard engine
Towing - GCWR * - standard
Towing - tow weight ** - standard
Towing - tongue weight ***
Wheels - standard
Wheels - optional
Window operation
Window tint
Wiring harness for towing - 4 way
Wiring harness for towing - 7 way
* Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) includes total weight of vehicle, equipment, fuel, water, LP gas, cargo, driver and passengers.
** Maximum towable weight with driver and minimal fuel only.This weight reduced by weight of optional equipment,fuel,water,LP gas,cargo and/or passengers.
*** A weight distributing hitch is required for tongue weights over 200 Kg/400 lbs.
2005 EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Length
Height - overall
Width - overall (w/o mirrors)
Wheel base
Unloaded vehicle weight ** (no opt.)
Gross vehicle weight rating
6680 mm/21' 11" *
2590 mm/8' 6"
2240 mm/7' 4"
3940 mm/155"
3750 Kg/8200 lbs.
4355 Kg/9600 lbs.
* Add 250 mm/10” if equipped with optional Continental spare tire kit.
** Includes weight of base vehicle and fuel only. Does not include weight of optional equipment, water, LP gas, cargo and/or passengers.
2005 INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Standing height
Queen bed length
Queen bed width
Single bed length - front
Single bed width - front
King bed length
King bed width
Twin bed length - rear
Twin bed width - rear
Water tank - fresh
Water tank - grey
Water tank - black
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Furnace - ‘Suburban’
Generator ready package
Heat pump (A/C & heater)
Microwave oven - 110V
Monitor panel
Distribution panel
Power inverter with charger
Privacy area
Range hood - 12V
Refrigerator - ‘Dometic’
Roof vent - ‘FanTastic’- 12V
Sewage disposal system
Shower
Sink
Storage area
Storage compartments - exterior
Storage capacity - standard
Stove - two burner
Table - dining - cloverleaf
Tank - LP gas
Toilet - ‘Thetford’
TV antenna - ‘Hide-A-Tenna’
Water fill - fresh - location
Water heater - ‘Suburban’
Water system - on demand
Water tank capacities
Windows
Windows - roof
2005 MOTORHOME OPTIONS
1880 mm/74"
2030 mm/80"
1520 mm/60"
1660 mm/65" right
560 mm/22" (maximum)
1930 mm/76" (maximum)
2030 mm/80" (maximum)
1930 mm/76" left, 1830 mm/72" right
760 mm/30"
10 US gal interior/20 US gal exterior
85 L/23 US gal.
40 L/10 US gal.
Armoire - with removable &
adjustable shelves & drawers
Awning - box
Battery - second auxiliary
DVD player
Generator - ‘Onan MicroLite’
Lounge - L-shaped at rear
Satellite receiver
Screen package
Seat belts for 2 in rear
TV - flat screen
Video cassette recorder
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optional, permanently replaces
right lounge seat
optional, 3500 mm/11'6"
optional, two lead acid deep cycle
6V, 220 total amp-hrs.(repl.12V)
optional, with remote
optional, remote-start, 2.8 kW
optional
optional
optional for side van door windows
and side & rear door openings
optional
optional, 15" (600 W inverter std.)
optional
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APPLIANCE LOG
APPLIANCE & ACCESSORY MANUFACTURER’S LOG
Appliance
Manufacturer
Model
Awning
Fiamma
F45
Battery - Auxiliary
Trojan
27TM
Battery - Auxiliary -Optional Dual
Trojan
T-605
Battery Isolator
Hehr-Powerline
33-22
CO Detector
MTI Industries
60-541
Coffee Maker
Black & Decker
ODC425
Distribution Panel
Progressive Dynamics
PD50K3Q2GP
DVD Player
Diamond Vision
DVDV805-05
Fire Extinguisher
Company Kidde
Elite 10
Furnace
Suburban
NT 16SE
Generator
Onan
Microlite
Heat Pump
Dometic
41001.61
Inverter
Tripp-Lite
RV612ULH
LP Gas Detector
Electro Systems
GS/3
LP Gas Tank
Manchester
68001
Macerator Pump
Shur-Flo
3200-200
Microwave oven
Dometic
CDMW07W
Monitor Panel
Kib
K46RT
Power Roof Vent
Fantastic
4000BT
Range Hood
Elmec
04032001
Refrigerator
Dometic
RM2454L
Refrigerator
Dometic
if so equipped RM2333R
Running Board Lock
Briggs & Stratton
702852 AB1
Smoke Detector
Fire Sentry
0914CA
Stove
Elmel
SD2 Proprietary
Toilet
Thetford
Aqua Magic IV Lo
Transfer Switch
Progressive Dynamics
PD5110610
TV
Samsung (Flat Screen)
510MP
Water Heater
Suburban
SW6DE
Water Pump
Shurflo
2088-403-144
Appliance manufacturers and model numbers subject to change without notice
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CONTACT INFORMATION
MANUFACTURER CONTACT INFORMATION:
Component
Manufacturer
Location
Awning
Fiamma
Orlando, FL
Detector-carbon monoxide
MTI Industries
Wauconda, IL
800-383-0269, 847-487-4940
Detector - LP gas
MTI Industries
Wauconda, IL
800-383-0269, 487-487-4940
DVD Player
AVS Technologies
Mississuga, ON
800-303-0287
Flat LCD T.V.
Aralex Acoustics Ltd
Coquitlam BC
306-221-7610
Furnace (U.S.)
Suburban Mfg.
Elkhart, IN
423-775-2131
Furnace (Canada)
Suburban c/o GL Products
Oakville, ON
905-845-7558
Generator (U.S.)
Onan Corporation
Minneapolis, MN
800-888-6626
Generator (Canada)
Onan Corporation
Oakville, ON
905-795-0050
Heat Pump
Dometic
Elkart, IN
800-544-4881
Inverter/Charger
Tripp-Lite
Chicago, IL
773-869-1234
LP Gas Tank
Manchester
Microwave (U.S.)
Dometic Corporation
Elkhart, IN
Microwave (Canada)
Dometic Distribution
Cambridge, ON
519-653-4390
Oven-Microwave (210)
Camco Inc.
Hamilton
800-361-3400
Refrigerator (U.S.)
Dometic Corporation
Elkhart, IN
Refrigerator (Canada)
Dometic Distribution
Cambridge, ON
519-653-4390
Roof Vent - Power
FanTastic Vent
Capac, MI
810-724-3818
Satellite
MotoSat
Salt Lake City, UT
800-247-7486
Screens (for van doors)
Bug Barrier
Medina, OH
Toilet (U.S.)
Thetford Corporation
Ann Arbor, MI
800-521-3032
Toilet (Canada)
Thetford Sanitation
Mississauga, ON
905-671-0255
Water Heater (U.S.)
Suburban Mfg.
Elkhart, IN
423-775-2131
Water Heater (Canada)
Suburban c/o GL Products
Oakville, ON
905-845-7558
Water Pump (U.S.)
Shurflo
Santa Ana, CA
800-854-3218
Water Pump (Canada)
Shurflo
Belmont, ON
519-727-6752
Wheels - Aluminum(SE)
Prime Wheel
Gardena, CA
310-516-9126
Wheels - Aluminum
American Racing
Mississauga, ON
800-959-1969
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Phone Number
407-672-0091
1-800-640-6327
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CAPTAIN’S SEATS:
To recline, pull up the recline control lever below the inboard
armrest and lean back.
To slide, pull up on the slide bar located on the front of the
seat and slide the seat either forward or back, (see
Picture B-P1a).
To swivel the seats from a forward facing position to a
rearward facing position pull the swivel lever up, (see Picture
B-P1).
Important Note: Before swiveling the seat, you must be
aware of the following:
Swivel Lever
Picture B-P1: View of front captain’s seat showing the
location of the swivel lever.
1. Ensure that the back of the seat is reclined forward,
as far as the recline control allows.
Slide Bar
2. Slide the seat forward but not so far as to lose
clearance of the engine cover. Pull up on slide bar,
(see Picture B-P1A).
Picture B-P1A: View of the front of the Captain’s seat,
showing the location of the slide bar.
3. Put the tilt steering wheel in the most downward
position.
4. The swivel lever is located on the door side of the
seat and locks the seat in a forward facing position.
To release pull the swivel lever up and the seat
freely swivels, (see location on Picture B-P1).
5. Swivel the seat to the desired position,
(see Picture B-P2).
Picture B-P2: Captain seats swiveled towards the
rear of the Motorhome.
SEAT BELT USAGE:
Only forward facing seats equipped with factory installed seat belts are to be occupied while the vehicle is in
motion. All passengers must be seated in these seats only with the seat belts fastened while the vehicle is in
motion.
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CLOVERLEAF DINING TABLE:
210 Popular:
The cloverleaf dining table is stored in the lower galley
cabinet, (see Picture B-P3). Remove table leg from wardrobe,
(see Picture B-P4) and place it in the floor base receptacle
located in front of the lower galley cabinet. Place table top
on top of table leg.
To use the table “leaves”:
1. Pivot the table into the desired position.
2. In the seated position, with one hand on the top
of the table, use the other hand to unfold the
desired leaf to the upright position.
Picture B-P3: Lower galley cabinet showing location
of cloverleaf table, (Popular model).
To return the “leaf” to it original position,use the
following steps:
1.
Hold the leaf with one hand.
2. With the other hand reach under the table and
carefully press on the center of the downward
facing part of the spring hinge.
3. Fold the leaf back into the stored position.
Caution: Cloverleaf dining table is heavy, lift while
bending knees.
Picture B-P4: Cloverleaf and dinette table legs are
stored in the wardrobe closet.
210 Versatile:
The cloverleaf dining table is stored in the wardrobe, (see
Picture B-P4A). Remove table leg from wardrobe, (see
Picture B-P4) and place it in the floor base receptacle
located beside the lounge seats. Place table top on top of
table leg.
Follow steps listed above.
Picture B-P4A Cloverleaf, dinette table legs and
clover leaf table are stored in the wardrobe closet.
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DINETTE TABLE:
The table leg is stored in the rear wardrobe closet, Popular model, (see Picture B-P4) Versatile model, (see Picture
B-P4A). Remove the table leg and place in the floor base receptacle located at the rear on the floor.
The table top is stored under the driver side rear bed cushion, (see Picture B-P6). Place table top on table leg,
(see Picture B-P5).
When returning table top to the storage position ensure the table base is placed correctly in the table base
receptacle located on top of the rear driver side bench, (see Picture B-P6). Return table leg to rear wardrobe closet
and clip into place for proper storage.
Picture B-P5: Location of assembled dinette table,
(Popular model).
Picture B-P6: Storage location of dinette table,
showing placement of the table base receptacle.
Picture B-P5A: Location of assembled dinette table,
(Versatile model).
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SLEEPING FACILITIES:
REAR TWIN BEDS (210-Popular Model):
To convert the dinette into twin beds:
1. Remove the table and leg from its receptacle and
place the table under the driver side seat cushion
and store table leg.
2. Place both back rest cushions on the floor
vertically up against the seat base boxes or store if
desired.
3. Pull each seat cushion 3" (8 cm) from the wall to
provide additional elbow room while sleeping.
4. Night table can be removed, (see Picture B-P7) and
stored if desired.
To convert back to a dinette, perform these steps in
reverse order.
Picture B-P7: Wing nuts attaching the night table,
are accessed from the sides of the night table as
pictured above, (Popular model).
Picture B-P8: Placement of the cushions
for Twin beds, (Popular model).
Picture B-P9: Storage of bed support for King size
and Queen size bed.
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REAR KING BED / REAR QUEEN BED
REAR KING SIZE BED (Popular Model)/
REAR QUEEN SIZE BED (Versatile Model):
To convert the dinette into a King size bed
or Queen size bed :
1. Remove the table and leg from its receptacle.
2. Remove night table and store. In order to remove,
unscrew the wing nut found on each side of the
night table, (see Picture B-P7). Store wing nut in
the night tables drawer when not in use.
3. Place table top in storage, (see Picture B-P6).
4. Remove bed support from storage located under
bed base on passenger side, (see Picture B-P9).
5. Install bed support, (see Picture B-P10).
6. Slide both bottom cushions together so that they
meet in the middle, (see Picture BP-11).
7. Place both back rest cushions on sides,
(see Picture B-P12). NOTE: The longer back rest
cushion must be placed on the driver side to
provide clearance for the bathroom door.
8. Push down the back rest cushions so they lay flat
to create the King size or Queen size bed.
9. Install filler cushions, (see Pictures B-P12 & 13).
To convert back to a dinette, perform these steps in
reverse order.
Picture B-P10: Placement of support for bed.
Picture B-P11: Lay cushions flat.
Picture B-P12: Placement of back rest cushions.
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Picture B-P13: Placement of filler cushion.
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FRONT LOUNGE SEATS:
To convert the lounge seat into a single bed:
1. Swivel the passenger
captain’s seat 90
degrees clockwise
so that the backrest
is toward the
center aisle. Be sure
all armrests are in
an upright position,
(see Picture B-P15).
2. Slide out the drawer
under the
passenger lounge
seat and fully
extend the drawer
forward until it
touches the raised
platform, (see
Picture B-P15). Raise
the support block
located at the front
of the drawer,
(see Picture B-P16).
3
Picture B-P16: Raised support.
1
Picture B-P14: Swiveled front captain seat.
2
3. Lift the lounge seat
back rest cushion
upward. Remove
from its metal
support and place it
flat on top of the
drawer, with the
tapered end
forward,
(see Picture B-P17).
To convert back to a
lounge seat, perform
these steps in reverse
order.
4
Picture B-P15: Extended drawer.
Picture B-P17: Front lounge bed.
The lounge and optional 2 rear passenger seats are designed to carry passengers while your vehicle is in motion
and are equipped with seat belts installed for their protection. All passengers must be seated in the front captain’s
seats, lounge seats and optional 2 rear passenger seats, facing forward with seat belts fastened while vehicle is in
motion. All other seats are not to be occupied while vehicle is in motion. The lap belts must be worn across the hips
and not across the abdomen. Passengers must sit well back in the seat and in an upright position.
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WASHROOM AND PRIVACY AREA:
FRONT AND REAR PRIVACY DOORS
When privacy is required:
Rear privacy doors:
1. Open the door on the rear wardrobe by
pressing the push latch.
2. Release the plastic turn tab that secures
the inner door found near the top inside
door, (see Picture
B-P18A). Extend this door until privacy is
achieved, (see Picture B-P18 & B-P19A).
3. Secure door in place by latching the
center hook,
(see Picture B-P18B).
Picture B-P18: Rear
privacy door in place,
(Popular model).
Picture B-P19A: Rear
privacy door in place,
(Versatile model).
Picture B-P18A:
Plastic turn tab.
Picture B-P18B:
Center hook.
Picture B-P19: Front
privacy door in place,
(Popular model).
Picture B-P19B: Front
privacy door in place,
(Versatile model).
Front privacy doors:
1. Open the water closet door by pressing
the push latch.
2.
Release the plastic turn tab that secures
the inner door found near the middle and
top of the inside door, (see Picture BP18A).
3. Extend this door until privacy is achieved,
(see Picture B-P19 & B-P19B).
4. Secure door in place by latching the
center hook, (see Picture B-P18B).
5. To close the privacy doors perform these
steps in a reverse order.
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WASHROOM FACILITIES:
TOILET:
Picture B-P20:
Light activation
switch located at
floor level.
1. Privacy is achieved by extending all privacy doors
and closing the galley curtain.
2. The washroom is equipped with an automatic light
that will illuminate when the door is in the open
position, (see Picture B-P20).
STAND-UP AISLE SHOWER:
To set up the stand-up aisle shower:
1. Remove floor drain cover and drain plug from floor,
(see Picture P-B21).
2. Privacy is achieved by extending all privacy doors
and closing the galley curtain.
Floor Drain Cover
3. Release the Velcro retention straps and move the
hand held shower from its storage position to
shower position, (see Picture B-P22).
4. Draw the shower curtain until you are completely
surrounded.
Picture B-P21: Floor drain, remove floor drain cover
using the access holes provided in the cover.
5. Using the Velcro connectors, secure the edges of the
curtain together allowing the shower hose to hang
within the shower area to retain any dripping water.
6. When adjusting the water temperature, be sure to
allow enough time for the temperature adjusted
water to exit the shower head before making further
adjustments.
7. Roof vent may be used on low speed to remove
steam and moisture.
Note: To conserve water, discontinue the water flow
at the shower head between wetting and rinsing.
To put away the stand-up shower:
1. Rinse and dry the shower curtain thoroughly,
(this function is most easily performed before
leaving the shower area after use).
2. Allow the curtain to air dry completely, (this function
can be expedited using the power roof vent).
3. Replace drain plug and floor drain cover when
finished.
To prevent grey water tank contents from spilling onto the floor
while driving,keep the drain plug secured when not in use.
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Picture B-P22: Hand held shower head in its shower
position.
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EXTRA COUNTER SPACE:
In order to provide additional counter space, your
motorhome has the following three features:
1.
stove cover.
2.
sink cover, (cutting board).
3.
slide out shelf above the cutlery drawer.
Thumb Tab
To raise the stove cover do the following:
1. The stove cover is fit so you just need to lift and
secure using the thumb tab (see Picture B-P23).
2. Raise cover while cooking, when finished lower
stove cover.
Picture B-P23: Lifting stove counter top.
CAUTION: Make sure the stove is off and has cooled prior to
lowering stove cover.
To access slide out shelf above cutlery drawer, do the
following:
1. Open cutlery drawer.
2. Reach under and slide the shelf forward,
(see Pictures B-P24 and B-P25, Popular model
see Pictures B-P24A and B-P25A, Versatile model).
When shelf is no longer in use wipe down and
close cutlery drawer.
TV:
To view the flat screen display, loosen the thumb tab
and swing the screen on its arm to the position you desire,
(see Picture B-P26).
Picture B-P24: Counter
top drawer partially
open, (Popular model).
Picture B-P25: Counter
top drawer fully open,
(Popular model).
Picture B-P24A: Cutlery
drawer, (Vesatile model).
Picture B-P25A: Counter
top drawer fully open,
(Vesatile model).
CAUTION: When vehicle is in motion it is recommended
that the TV be “OFF” and in the stored position. The thumb
tab should be in place to secure the TV in the stored
position.
Thumb Tab
Picture B-P26: Flat screen thumbtab.
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EXTERIOR ACCESS DOORS:
DRIVER SIDE ACCESS DOORS:
Behind the lockable middle access door, (see Pictures B-P27,
28 and 29) the following are found:
1. Sewage hose.
2. Grey water gate valve handle.
3. Black water gate valve handle.
4. Storage compartment.
5. Exterior fresh water drain valve.
Behind the driver side lockable rear access door, (see Picture
B-P30) the following are found:
1. City water connection, (integrated at the side
behind the rear access door).
Picture B-P27: Black water, grey water valves and
sewage hose locations.
2. City water by-pass valve.
3. Exterior shower faucet's.
4. Cable TV connection.
5. External 110V power connection.
Warning: Before driving ensure the shore power cord
and city water line are disconnected.
Picture B-P28: Front access door showing storage.
Cable TV Hookup
Picture B-P29: Exterior fresh water tank drain valve.
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Picture B-P30: External connections.
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L.P.G. (Liquid Propane Gas) ACCESS DOOR:
Behind the L.P.G. access door, (integrated into the rear
bumper, covered with a black plate, see Picture B-P31), the
following are found:
1. L.P.G. fill valve.
2. L.P.G. tank shut off valve.
3. Portable barbecue connection.
Picture B-P31: L.P.G. access door.
PASSENGER SIDE ACCESS DOORS:
REAR STORAGE UNDER THE BED:
Behind the access door in front of the rear passenger tire,
(see Picture B-P32) the slide out tray with auxiliary battery(s)
is found.
Awning crank/support storage,
(see Picture B-P32A).
Rear storage trunk, (see Picture B-P33A).
Behind the passenger side rear lockable access door,
(see Picture B-P33), a slide out storage area is found.
Picture B-P32: Slide out battery drawer, dual battery
option shown.
Picture B-P32A: Awning crank and support storage.
Picture B-P33: Slide out storage tray.
Picture B-P33A: Rear storage trunk.
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AUXILIARY BATTERY:
The auxiliary battery(s) is located behind the access door
in front of the rear passenger tire, (see Picture B-P34).
It is recommended to check once a month, (see maintenance
section).
In order to access the auxiliary battery one must do the
following:
1. Unlock battery access compartment.
2. Open battery access compartment.
3. Slide out tray.
To reinstall reverse steps above.
Picture B-P34: Auxiliary battery compartment.
CAUTION: BATTERY ACID CAN BURN SKIN AND
CLOTHING. PROTECTIVE EYE WEAR AND GLOVES
SHOULD BE WORN WHEN HANDLING.
Observe all battery warnings and caution labels.
NOTE: Your vehicle is equipped with a group 27 lead acid
auxiliary battery. It is recommended that acid levels be
checked at least once every month. See battery
manufacturers maintenance recommendations.
If your vehicle is equipped with the dual battery option, your
batteries are 6V lead acid. See battery manufacturers
maintenance recommendations.
REPLACING THE AUXILIARY BATTERY:
Picture B-P35: Dual battery option shown.
Replacement battery must be a group 27 deep cycle lead
acid or equivalent.
Dual battery option if so equipped uses two 6 Volt deep
cycle batteries.
Ensure that the battery cable hex nuts are tightened
to 10 ft-lbs, (see Picture B-P35).
Ensure that the inverter is disconnected prior to disconnecting the auxiliary battery.
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SPARE TIRE STORAGE:
The spare tire is located in the storage area found under the
passenger side rear bed, (see Picture B-P36A).
Unless equipped with optional Continental Spare Tire Kit,
(see Picture B-P37).
Light Switch
Brace yourself for the weight of the tire, (40 kg / 80 lbs).
The jack is located in the storage area found under the
passenger side rear bed mounted on the outside wall,
(see Picture B-P36).
Picture B-P36: Location of jack, handle
and light switch.
Interior storage light switch, (see Picture B-P36).
CONTINENTAL SPARE TIRE KIT (Optional):
Picture B-P36A: Storage area for spare tire.
To access full size spare tire:
1. Unlock and remove chrome ring and fiberglass disc, (see picture B-P38).
2. While holding the spare tire, in the upright position, remove catch pin on the elbow of the receiver.
3. Slowly lower the spare tire to the flat position, (see Picture B-P39). Brace yourself for the weight of the
tire, (40 kg / 80 lbs).
4. Remove lug nuts on spare tire to remove from carrier.
To store tire, repeat these steps in reverse.
Note: To open driver side rear door, the spare tire kit must be lowered.
Picture B-P37: Spare tire kit.
Picture B-P38: Remove chrome ring
and fibreglass disc.
Picture B-P39: Remove catch pin and
lower carrier to remove tire.
Mineraling:
Due to the properties of natural Maple wood, Home & Park
makes no warranty against the mineraling of wood
components, (see Picture B-P40).
Picture B-P40: Maple cabinet showing mineraling.
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FRESH WATER SYSTEM
210 Chevrolet
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FLOOR PLAN & APPLIANCE LOCATION
Engine
Exhaust
210-Popular Chevrolet
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-INTERIOR TEXTILE MATERIALS COMPLY WITH FMVSS 302
-INTERIOR FINISH MATERIALS HAVE A FLAME SPREAD RATING OF LESS THAN 200
-INTERIOR DOORS/PARTITIONS ARE NON-LOCKING
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Stove
FLOOR PLAN & APPLIANCE LOCATION
Engine
Exhaust
210-Versatile Chevrolet
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210-Versatile Chevrolet
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
NOTE: INVERTER
Your Owner’s Manual for RV612ULHW contains most of the essential information you need to enjoy the electrical
conveniences of home while at RV parks or dry camping. However, we wish to highlight for you exactly how the
charging portion of the inverter/charger works, in order to help avoid possible confusion:
Supplying shore power or (optional) generator power enables RV612ULHW to charge the auxiliary battery (ies).
Operation of your vehicle engine and alternator will also charge the auxiliary battery (ies). When your motorhome
is not plugged-in to shore power or (optional) AC generator power, all electricity you use draws power from your
motorhome’s auxiliary battery bank, with the inverter allowing you to enjoy quiet DC-to-AC (12 volt to 120 volt)
power in the absence of shore or generator power.
10V inverter/charger shut down
As a safety feature, the inverter component of the RV612ULHW inverter/charger (which changes DC battery power
to AC electricity) will shut itself down when your auxiliary battery bank drops below 10 volts DC. This occurs in
order to avoid excessive discharging and potential damage to the battery (ies), as well as to preserve sufficient
battery voltage to maintain the functionality and readiness of the battery charger component of the RV612ULHW .
It is possible, however, for the battery (ies) to become discharged below 10 volts DC as a function of activity other
than using the inverter. For example, while dry camping, in the absence of shore or generator power, if a 12 volt
appliance such as the fridge, furnace or lights are left on for an extended period of time. In that event, the battery
charger component of the RV612ULHW will become inoperative. Therefore, after plugging into shore power or
supply of (optional) generator power, it is possible that the battery (ies) may not be recharging. The indicators of
this situation will be either completely dark LED lights on the monitor panel of the RV612ULHW inverter/charger,
and a continuously blinking red LED light on the battery voltage readout, or all three LED lights continuously
blinking on the battery voltage readout on the RV612ULHW.
Inverter/charger start up after automatic safety shut down
To remedy this situation, start the automotive engine, to allow the charger to sense a voltage of higher than 10
volts. The indicator of success will be a transition on the monitor panel from yellow inverted power LED light to the
green line power illuminated LED light.This may take up to 60 seconds. At this point the engine can be turned off,
because the charger has been activated and “takes over” the function of charging the battery (ies). Once battery
voltage has risen sufficiently for your purposes (e.g., to the yellow, yellow-green, or green “full charge” level), shore
power or (optional) generator power can be disconnected, although disconnection is not required; the charger will
automatically reduce the rate of charge to prevent the battery (ies) from becoming overcharged.
Dry camping battery conservation
While dry camping (no 110 VAC power available) to conserve battery power, it is recommended to switch the
inverter to the off or charge position, if the inverter is left in the ON position, it will continue to draw 1.25 amps. To
ease in switching of the inverter, we recommend installation of the optional remote switch and harness. (Part #
APSRM4)
Receptacle functionality
When using your motorhome and connected to shore power or optional generator, the receptacles in the
audio/video cabinet and in the galley will function to the 15 amp capacity supplied from the distribution panel.
However when no shore power or option generator power is available, these receptacles are limited to the 600
watts (6 amps) output from the inverter.
If an overload occurs, the inverter will shut down, and will need to be reset manually, by turning of the inverter off
for 1 minute, removing the load, and then turn the inverter back on.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Your vehicle’s electrical system should not be subjected to changes and / or additions to circuitry, appliances, etc.
without consulting your dealer or Home & Park for proper installation procedures.
Failure to do this could result in serious safety issues or component damage. Changes to the electrical system run
the risk of voiding the warranty.
120 / 12V INVERTER / CHARGER / DISTRIBUTION PANEL:
For your convenience when camping in parks with hookups for 110V power, all our models have in the electrical
system a 110/12 volt distribution panel / inverter / charger. The inverter/charger provides 12 volt power for the 12
volt appliances and the inverter provides 110 volt power for the galley recepticale and the audio/video receptacle.
The inverter charger also charges auxiliary batteries present in the system.
See “Floor Plan & Appliance Location” for the distribution/inverter/charger location. To open the distribution panel
simply pull the access door until the cover is released. All the 110 volt breakers and 12 volt fused circuits are
identified inside the distribution panel, behind the distribution panel access door.
EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL SOURCE CONNECTION:
Your vehicle is equipped with a heavy duty 30 amp. power cord so that you can connect your electrical system to
an outside 110V power source.
The power cord is stored in the storage compartment, (see picture G-P19) located behind the driver side rear tire.
NOTICE: Do not place heavy or sharp objects on the power cord.
A 30 to 15 amp. adapter is not included with your vehicle.
NOTICE: When connecting your system to an external power source, ensure that a properly equipped (three
pronged) and functioning receptacle is used. If any type of spark or shock is detected, disconnect from the
source immediately and do not reconnect until the problem is corrected.
GENERATOR:
All service requirements are listed in the Onan Owner’s Manual.
The generator is located and accessed on the underside behind the rear axle of your vehicle.
CAUTION: When launching a boat, using your Roadtrek, it is important to know that a generator must not
be submerged in water. This will permanently damage the generator. If you cannot launch without submerging
the generator, an alternate method would be to use a boat launching service.
Notice: To prevent carburetor damage, add an approved fuel stabilizer to our fuel tank, then run your generator for
a minimum of 20 minutes under load monthly.
BUILT-IN 110V HEAT PUMP - AIR CONDITIONER:
In addition to the operating instructions contained in the Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual, the air conditioner - heat
pump should be started as follows when the optional generator is used:
1. Set the battery disconnect switch on the monitor panel to the “ON” position.
2. Start the generator and run for several minutes until warm.
3. Set thermostat setting above ambient temperature.
4. Turn thermostat control to the “low cool” position.
5. Turn fan to the ON position.
6. Adjust the thermostat cooler until the compressor starts.
7. Once compressor is running adjust the thermostat to desired setting. Your vehicle should be parked
as close to level as possible to maximize the air conditioner’s efficiency.
NOTE: The heat pump may be used to warm the motorhome on cool nights. For colder temperatures, below 40°F
(4°C), it is suggested that the furnace be used for heat.
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MONITOR PANEL:
The monitor panel is located on the shelf above the passenger lounge seat,(see Picture E-P1). For location of porch
light switch with optional armoire, (see Picture E-P1B).
The monitor panel is used to provide the approximate fluid levels in the fresh, grey and black (holding) water tanks, the
L.P.G. (Liquid Propane Gas) tank, and the charge level of the
auxiliary battery(s).
The monitor panel has a series of L.E.D. lights that mark the
fluid levels at set increments of F (full), 2/3, 1/3 and E (empty).
Therefore with respect to the water tank levels, you must be
aware that the panel does not always reflect the actual fluid
levels. For example, when the 1/3 level light is on, the tank
may be anywhere from 1/3 to just under 2/3 full. When the
panel reads empty, the tank may be anywhere from empty to
just under 1/3 full.
The black and grey water tanks must be flushed regularly with
sanitation fluid, to prevent the accumulation of solids on the
probes to maintain accurate black and grey water level
readings. Required tank flushing will vary depending on
usage.
Picture E-P1: Monitor panel, water heater switch,
110/12V distribution panel and optional generator
control switch.
To flush: Refer to the instructions on the Waste Tank Dumping
found in the Water Systems Section.
NOTE: When the water system is operating in the winter
mode, only the interior fresh water tank is to be used.
The auxiliary battery charge level indicator is marked
“C”,“G”,“F”, and “L”.
1. “C” indicates the battery is fully charged.
2. “G” indicates the battery charge is “good”.
3. “F” indicates “fair”.
4. “L” indicates “low”.
The battery condition is indicated by the uppermost light that
is on. For example, if the “G”,“F”, and “L” lights are on, the battery
charge is “good”.
The panel also provides the switch for the water pump and a
disconnect switch for the auxiliary battery.
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Picture E-P1A:
Location of porch
light switch.
Picture E-P1B:
Location of porch
light switch with
optional armoire.
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AUXILIARY BATTERY AND ISOLATOR:
The auxiliary battery is a group 27 lead acid battery. The auxiliary battery is located behind the passenger side
access door found ahead of the rear wheel, (see section on Auxiliary Battery). To access the battery refer to the
auxiliary battery section found in the Daily Living section.
The auxiliary battery is automatically charged through the isolator by the engine’s alternator while the engine is
running. This battery is also automatically charged by the inverter / charger when:
1. The battery disconnect switch on the monitor panel is set to the “ON” position prior to connection to an
outside electrical power source.
2. The breakers in the inverter/charger are in the “ON” position.
3. Or while the generator is in operation, (if so equipped).
A disconnect switch, located on the monitor panel, provides a disconnect for the auxiliary battery from the 12V
system while your vehicle is not in use.
Since the auxiliary battery is a deep-cycle type, it may be discharged completely and recharged without damage,
(whereas the automotive battery is designed to be kept fully charged by the alternator and may undergo damage
if fully discharged). However, a battery should never remain in a discharged state and should be recharged
immediately to prevent damage. When not in use, the auxiliary battery will slowly discharge on its own.
Accordingly, if the battery is not being used, it should be recharged monthly by connecting to an outside electrical
power source, by operating the generator, (if equipped) for at least 12 hours, or by running your vehicle’s engine for
a minimum of 2 hours.
The isolator is located under the hood in the engine compartment. The isolator allows the alternator to charge
both the automotive and auxiliary batteries when the engine is running, and it will prevent your vehicle’s 12V
motorhome equipment, (interior lights, water pump, exhaust fans, furnace blower, etc.) from drawing on the
automotive battery.
AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY:
The automotive radio in your vehicle will exert a small draw on the automotive battery to maintain the time and
preset stations.
To prevent the battery from being completely discharged, the radio should be disconnected from the
automotive battery when your vehicle will be out of service for 2 months or more. Failure to do this may risk
voiding the warranty.
The radio can be disconnected by removing the 10 amp. radio fuse from the automotive fuse block, located at the
left underside of the dash, or by disconnecting the negative automotive battery cable. See Automotive Owners
Manual for full radio operating instructions.
INTERIOR CAB LIGHT :
The interior 12V cab light located on the underside of the cab ceiling panel has a multipurpose switching system.
This switching system utilizes the switch on the light itself and the dash mounted headlight switch, located to the
left of the steering wheel.
Refer to the Chevrolet’s Owner’s Manual for complete operation instructions.
RANGE HOOD EXHAUST FAN:
The range hood exhaust fan should be on while the L.P.G. stove is in operation.
The operation switches for the fan and light are located on the face of the fan.
WATER HEATER :
The Roadtrek is equipped with a dual mode water heater. The water heater may be operated by 110V power or
L.P.G. Please refer to the Suburban Owner’s Manual for complete operation instructions.
REAR STORAGE LIGHT :
The inside rear storage light is powered by the auxiliary battery. The switch is located on the passenger side rear
door post, (see Picture B-P36).
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WF
POTABLE WATER FILL
A/C
AIR CONDITIONER
BAT
BATTERY CHARGE LEVEL INDICATOR
CW
CITY WATER INLET
TR
TRANSFER SWITCH
GFI
GROUND FAULT INTERRUPT
WP
POTABLE WATER PUMP
INSIGNIA LOCATION
GFIC
D
DRAIN OUTLET
FE
FIRE EXTINGUISHER (MIN. 10B.C.)
WH
WATER HEATER
EG
EMERGENCY EGRESS (17"x24" min.)
WT
WATER TANK
EX
ENGINE EXHAUST
HT
HOLDING TANK
GF
GASOLINE FILL
WC
WATER CLOSET
ID
MFG. ID LABEL
LAV
LAVATORY
SD
SMOKE DETECTOR
SHW
SHOWER
LPG
LPG STORAGE TANKS
SK
FURN
KITCHEN SINK
RAN
COOKING APPLIANCE
INVERTER / CHARGER
REF
REFRIGERATOR
12V FUSE BLOCK
GEN
GENERATOR SET
120V SINGLE RECEPTACLE
T
THERMOSTAT
120V DUPLEX RECEPTACLE
CM
COFFEE MAKER
120V SPLIT DUPLEX RECEPTACLE
MP
MONITOR PANEL
MAC
MACERATOR
2 POLE DBL THROW SWITCH
T.V. JACKS
12V LIGHT FIXTURE
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
L
12V EXHAUST FAN
COMB. 12V FAN/LIGHT FIXTURE
E
COMFORT HEATING APPL.
120V DISTRIBUTION PANEL
SINGLE POLE SWITCH
120V ELECTRICAL INLET
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P
MIC
GROUND FAULT INTERRUPT CIRCUIT
LEGEND
MICROWAVE
+
BATTERY STORAGE
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AC Distribution Panel 110VAC
Passenger Side
Driver s Side
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L.P.G. & SAFETY SYSTEM
Your vehicle is equipped with an L.P.G. (Liquid Propane Gas) system which, when properly handled and maintained,
will provide trouble and worry free operation of your L.P.G fueled appliances.
L.P.G. fuel is stored in a liquid state under extremely high pressure. As fuel is used, L.P.G. passes from the top of the
tank through the regulator into the gas lines and eventually to the appliances.
Although the entire system has undergone extensive factory and dealer testing for leaks, the system’s connections
and fittings are subjected to road vibrations and therefore should be checked annually for possible leaks.
L.P.G. fuel is extremely flammable, colourless, heavier than air and smells like garlic or rotten eggs.
IF YOU SMELL GAS, extinguish any open flames, pilot lights and smoking materials immediately. Do not touch any
electrical switches. Leave vehicle, shut off the gas supply at the tank valve and open doors and windows to provide
maximum ventilation. Leave the area until the odor clears. Have the system checked and the leak corrected before
use.
L.P.G. fuel tank valve must be open to operate gas fueled appliances.
WARNING: L.P.G. tanks shall not be placed or stored inside your vehicle. L.P.G. tanks are equipped with safety
devices which relieve excessive pressure by discharging gas to the atmosphere.
WARNING: To reduce the danger of fire or explosion do not store gasoline or other flammable liquids inside your
vehicle.
WARNING: Ensure you purchase L.P.G. from a reputable L.P.G. facility. Contaminated L.P.G. is a common cause of
system failure.
WARNING: Follow all recommended maintenance schedules.
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L.P.G. TANK:
To open and close the tank use the manual tank shutoff valve located on the tank, accessible from behind the rear
bumper.
It is recommended to close the tank shutoff valve when the vehicle is not in daily use. Further, it is recommended
to close the shutoff valve when the vehicle is in travel.
The refrigerator should be operated on 12 volt when the vehicle is in travel. See refrigerator Manufacturers Owner
Manual for proper 12 volt operation.
APPLIANCES:
WARNING: It is not safe to use cooking appliances for space heating purposes due to the danger of asphyxiation.
WARNING: The L.P.G. stove needs fresh air for its safe operation.
Because the amount of air supply is limited by the size of your vehicle, before operating the L.P.G. stove, open the
overhead vent or a window and then turn on the range hood for increased air circulation, (see Floor Plan &
Appliance Location). Proper ventilation when using the L.P.G. stove will reduce the dangers of asphyxiation.
WARNING: Portable fuel burning equipment, including wood and charcoal grills and stoves, should not be used
inside your vehicle. Use of this equipment inside your vehicle may cause fire or asphyxiation.
See appropriate component Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manuals for operating instructions.
REFUELING PROCEDURES:
WARNING: Do not refuel the L.P.G. tank to more than 80% of its capacity.
A properly refueled L.P.G. tank will hold approximately 80% of its volume in a liquid state. Over fueling of the L.P.G.
tank can result in uncontrolled gas flow which can cause fire or explosion.
WARNING: The tank valve must be closed and ALL PILOT LIGHTS, APPLIANCES, AND THEIR IGNITERS,
(see Operating Instructions) SHALL BE TURNED OFF during refueling of motor fuel tank and / or the L.P.G. tank.
Only qualified personnel should refuel your L.P.G. tank.
REGULATOR:
The L.P.G. regulator is located adjacent to the L.P.G. tank.
This regulator has been installed under a protective cover to keep out debris, with the vent facing downward.
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L.P.G. LEAK DETECTOR:
Your vehicle has been equipped with a L.P.G. leak detection device
for your protection, (see Picture F-P1, Popular model, see Picture FP1A, Versatile model).
See “Floor Plan & Appliance Location” for location of the L.P.G. leak
detector location.
Be sure the detector is operating while using your vehicle. Do not
block air circulation in the area where the L.P.G. leak detector is
located.
See Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual for other operating instructions.
WARNING: Battery disconnect switch must be in the “ON” position
for detector operation.
CARBON MONOXIDE LEAK DETECTOR:
Picture F-P1:
L.P.G. leak detector,
Popular model.
Picture F-P1A:
L.P.G. leak detector,
Versatile model.
Your vehicle is equipped with a carbon monoxide (CO) leak
detection device for your protection, (see Picture F-P2).
See “Floor Plan & Appliance Location” for location of the carbon
monoxide gas leak detector location.
Be sure the detector is operating while using your vehicle.
Do not block air circulation in the area where the carbon monoxide
leak detector is located.
See Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual for other operating instructions.
WARNING: Battery disconnect switch must be in the “ON” position
for detector operation.
SMOKE DETECTOR:
Picture F-P2: Carbon monoxide leak detector.
Your vehicle is equipped with a smoke detection device for your
protection, (see Picture F-P3, Popular model, see Picture F-P3A,
Versatile model).
See “Floor Plan & Appliance Location” for the smoke detector
location.
This device should be tested after each time your vehicle has
been in storage, before each use, and at least once each
week during your vehicle’s use.
NOTE: Upon delivery of your vehicle from the factory, the
detector is inoperative because the battery is reversed to
prevent drainage. Before operation, reverse the battery to the
proper position and test the operation of the detector.
Be sure the detector is operating while using your vehicle. Do
not block air circulation in the area where the smoke
detector is located.
Picture F-P3:
Smoke detector,
Popular model.
Picture F-P3A:
Smoke detector,
Versatile model.
See Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual for operating instructions.
NOTE: Cleaning products may contaminate safety detectors. Detectors should be covered when using cleaning
chemicals on the vehicles interior.
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BTU/hr
BTU/hr
(POL)
BTU/hr
BTU/hr
BTU/hr
210-Popular Chevrolet
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210-Versatile Chevrolet
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WATER SYSTEMS
WINTER MODE VALVE POSITIONS:
Tank selector valve must be in the interior tank position, (see Picture G-P1).
WINTER USE: (Moderate Subfreezing Conditions, -10°C (14°F)):
The dual tank system allows you to use the fresh water system under moderate subfreezing conditions by allowing
you to isolate and drain the exterior fresh water tank.
During winter use
- Use gravity fill for interior tank only.
- No outdoor shower.
- Waste water tanks are unprotected from freezing unless charged with antifreeze.
- Interior temp must be maintained above 65°F(18°C) .
- Fridge must be turned ON.
- Exterior fresh tank must be drained.
- Exterior shower and city fill must be drained.
To prepare your motorhomes fresh water system for winter use you must do the following:
1. Ensure you first turn off the water pump, (switch is found on the monitor panel) before isolating and
draining the exterior fresh water tank.
2. Switch tank selector valve to interior tank position, (see Picture G-P1).
3. Drain exterior fresh water tank by opening exterior drain valve, (see Picture B-P30A on page B-10).
SUMMER USE VALVE POSITION:
1. Tank selector valve must be in the exterior tank position, (see Picture G-P2).
SUMMER USE:
1. The dual tank system requires you to switch from the interior tank to the exterior tank position.
This will allow you to utilize the full capacity of both fresh water holding tanks.
2. To utilize the interior tank and the exterior tank at the same time, you must open the interior fresh water
tank drain and position the supply selector valve to the exterior or summer position, (see Picture G-P6
on page G3).
Picture G-P1: Selector valve position for supply from
the interior fresh water tank.
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Picture G-P2: Selector valve position for supply from
the exterior fresh water tank.
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Your Roadtrek is equipped with a water heater by-pass.
valve. When it is in summer mode, all three valves will face
the aisle, (see Picture G-P3). In winter mode, the water line
valve is open and the valves at the water heater are closed,
(see Picture G-P4).
NOTE: When the water system is operating in the winter mode,
only the interior fresh water tank is to be used.
Picture G-P3: Summer mode valve positions.
Picture G-P4: Winter mode valve positions.
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To drain the exterior fresh water tank you must open exterior drain valve at the low point drain located below the
drivers side front storage drawer compartment, (see Picture G-P5).
Picture G-P5: Location of the exterior freshwater
tank drain.
Picture G-P6: Interior tank drain valve in open
position.
Picture G-P7: Interior tank drain valve in closed
position.
TO DE-WINTERIZE:
Repeat the steps in reverse order.
NOTE: By using antifreeze in the black and grey waste water tanks, the waste water system can be used in
moderate subfreezing conditions.
Although the waste and fresh water systems have been designed for use in moderate subfreezing conditions,
Home & Park Motorhomes makes no warranty what so ever for damage to the water systems as a result of freezing.
To prevent interior water lines from freezing, it is recommended that the interior temperature be maintained at
+65°F (18°C) and the refrigerator left running.
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FRESH WATER TANKS:
One tank is located in the vehicle’s interior, the other tank is located on the vehicle’s exterior. The purpose of the
dual tank system is to provide a separate fresh water system that can be used in moderate sub freezing conditions.
The system can only function properly in either one of two modes. Summer use or winter use. All procedures to
change operation modes must be followed for proper operation.
Your vehicle is equipped with a water system for either completely self contained or fully dependent use. It is not
equipped with a pressure regulator to compensate for varying water pressure levels.
During self contained use, caution should be taken so as to minimize water consumption. For example, water
consumption can be reduced while showering if you turn off the shower between wetting down and rinsing off.
To avoid damage due to road vibrations, be sure not to store heavy or sharp objects where they may come into
contact with either the water lines or water pump. Also, allow sufficient room around the pump for proper
operation.
FILLING THE INTERIOR FRESH WATER TANK:
The interior fresh water tank can be filled through the gravity fill located on the passenger side of the rear door
opening, (see Picture G-P8). To fill the interior tank:
1. Open the rear passenger door.
2. Open the gravity fill cover by removing the orange
plug, (see Picture G-P8).
3. Insert the hose and fill the tank using moderate
pressure, (excessive pressure will result in a back
flow of water).
4. When the tank is full, water will overflow back
through the gravity fill hole.
5. Overfilled tanks will spill out through tank vents.
This is evidenced by water dripping from the rear
passenger side corner of van.
Picture G-P8 : The gravity fill for the interior fresh
water tank, (located on passenger side rear door post).
FILLING THE EXTERIOR FRESH WATER TANK (All Models):
1. Open the front driver side door.
2. Open the gravity fill cover by removing the orange
plug, (see Picture G-P9).
3. Insert the hose and fill the tank using moderate
pressure, (excessive pressure will result in a back
flow of water).
4. When the tank is full, water will overflow back
through the gravity fill hole.
5. Overfilled tanks will spill out through tank vents.
This is evidenced by water dripping from the
underside of the van.
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Picture G-P9 : The water fill for the external fresh
water tank, (located at driver’s side front door post).
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The fresh water tanks can also be filled through the city
water inlet located behind the rear lockable driver side
access drawer, for location, see the Daily Living section. The
use of the city fill is not possible when in the winter
operation mode.
To fill the tank:
1. Prior to using city fill, ensure water system is in
summer use mode, (see Picture G-P2 on page G-1).
Connect a hose to the city water inlet connection,
(see Picture G-P10).
2. To fill the exterior fresh water tank, open the city
water tank fill shut off valve, (see Picture G-P11).
3. Open the water source moderately.
4. When the tank is full, water will overflow in the
same manner as when using the gravity fill, (see
previous page).
5. To fill the interior fresh water tank, ensure the
water system is in winter mode, (see Picture G-P1
on page G-1). Repeat steps 2-4.
6. Close the city water tank fill shut off valve, (see
Picture G-P5).
Picture G-P10:Location of the city water inlet
connection.
CITY WATER CONNECTION:
NOTE: City water connection can only be used in summer
operation mode.
Picture G-P11: Open position of the city water tank
fill valve.
The city water inlet connection is located in the small
compartment behind the large lockable driver side storage
compartment, (see Picture G-P10). To connect the water
system to an outside source:
1. Ensure that the water pump is turned off.
2. Close the city water tank fill valve by turning the
handle to the vertical position, (see Picture G-P12).
3. Be sure that all interior faucet's are closed to
prevent spillage.
4. Open the city water source slowly to prevent
excessive water force inside your vehicle. To
protect your system from excessive pressure from
water supply systems encountered in some areas, a
water pressure regulator should be used. Such a
regulator is not supplied with your vehicle.
Picture G-P12: Closed position of the city water tank
fill valve.
5. Note that this connection by-passes the water
pump and fresh water tank. Therefore, the use of
these items is not necessary when connected
directly to an external water source.
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To disconnect the city water connection:
1. Turn off the external water source.
2. Open the sink faucet to relieve the pressure in the system, (failure to do so may result in an unexpected
shower).
3. Ensure that the city water tank fill valve is closed, (see Picture G-P12).
4. Remove the hose from the city water connection, replace the cap on fill connection.
WASTE WATER STORAGE AND DUMPING SYSTEM:
Your vehicle is equipped with a waste water storage and dumping system that will provide adequate and effective
storage and dumping of waste water.Your vehicle should be as level as possible to allow optimal operation of the
system.
CAUTION: Ensure that both the black and grey water gate
valves are closed, (inward position) before using the waste
water system.This applies especially after extensive driving.
Black and grey water dump valves are accessed through the
driver side storage door, (see Picture G-P13).
Waste Water Tank Preparation:
Your vehicle is equipped with two waste water tanks; the
grey waste water tank is for waste water from the sink and
aisle shower. The black waste water tank is for sewage from
the toilet. Both tanks are equipped with separate dump
valves so that each may be dumped independently. Before
use of either waste tank, be sure to read instructions
provided by the toilet manufacturer regarding waste water
chemicals. We suggest that such chemicals be used every
time to minimize odours and build up of solids on water
level sensors inside the tanks.
Picture G-P13: Driver side storage door.
CAUTION: During winter use under moderate subfreezing
conditions, (refer to page G.1-G.3) antifreeze is required in
the exterior black and grey waste water tank. Antifreeze
should be used at a 50-50 ratio.
Picture G-P14: Access to sewer discharge assembly,
black and grey gate valve handles.
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Macerator manual
crank handle
Picture G-P15: Macerator
pump located under center
of vehicle.
Picture G-P16: Macerator
pump switch located on
driver’s door post.
Picture G-P17: Sewage
discharge hose storage
located in driver’s side
storage drawer.
Picture G-P18: Sewage
hose discharge valve.
Waste Water Tank Dumping:
To dump the exterior black waste water tank:
1. Turn the battery disconnect switch to the “ON”position, if not already on, (located on the monitor panel).
2. Remove sewage discharge hose from storage, (see Picture G-P17).
3. Insert the discharge outlet into the waste receptacle.
4. Open the valve on the sewage hose, (see Picture G-P18).
5. Open the black water tank valve, (see Picture G-P14).
6. Open the driver’s door, press and hold the macerator pump switch until the tank is empty, (see Picture GP16).
To dump the grey waste water tank:
1. Open grey water tank valve.
2. Repeat step 6.
3. Close all valves.
4. Return sewage hose to its storage compartment.
5. Turn battery disconnect to the “OFF” position.
NOTICE:
NOTE:
It is recommended to always dump the black water tank first, then the grey water tank.
If macerator should get clogged you will have to push and turn the manual macerator crank "T" handle
to dislodge any debris that might be blocking the macerator, (see picture G-P15).
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Waste Water Tank Flushing:
To flush the waste water tanks:
1. Ensure that both tanks are empty by checking the monitor panel.
2. Fill the black waste water tank by inserting a hose into the toilet, (be sure to step on the flush pedal, so the
flapper door stays open to prevent toilet overflow) and the grey waste water tank using the sink.
3. Dump both tanks using the procedure outlined above.
Both waste water tanks can also be flushed using a similar procedure, but rather than filling each tank using the
potable water system, they can be filled by inserting a hose directly into the sink and toilet.
OUTSIDE SHOWER:
NOTE: Outside shower can only be used in summer
operation mode.
The outside shower faucet is found in the storage
compartment behind the driver side rear wheel. Remove the
shower hose from the storage compartment and attach to
the faucet spout, (see Picture G-P19). The shower hose must
be returned to the storage compartment before travel as to
prevent damage to the unit.
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM DRAINING:
Picture G-P19: Outside shower and shore power
connection.Shower hose storage when Motorhome is parked.
NOTE: Water system must be in summer operation mode.
To completely drain the fresh water system of all water:
1. Ensure that the water pump is off and that your vehicle is level.
2. Ensure that the interior tank valve is in the open position.
3. Drain the fresh water tank and the hot and cold fresh water system by opening the exterior fresh water
drain valve at the low point drain, (see Picture G-P5 on page G-3).
4. Open all water outlets including the sink faucet, aisle shower faucet, external shower faucet, and toilet
flushing pedal. The latter can be propped open or opened manually several times. This procedure allows
gravity to draw any remaining water out through the tank drains.
5. Your vehicle is equipped with a water heater, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for draining.
6. Open the sink faucet and turn on the water pump until water is no longer pumped.
7. Turn off the water pump.
If this procedure is followed, it is unnecessary to blow out the water system. Once the system is drained, be sure to
close all taps before driving.
NOTE: Do not allow water to sit in tanks when vehicle is not in use.
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POTABLE WATER SYSTEM SANITIZING:
NOTE: Water system must be in summer operation mode.
Your potable water system should be sanitized if it is new, has not been used for a period of time, or may have
become contaminated.
To sanitize your system:
1. Prepare a chlorine solution using 4 L (1 gallon) of water and 60 ml (1/4 cup) of household bleach,
(5% sodium hypo chlorite solution).
2. With the fresh water tank empty, (see section on Waste Water Tank Flushing), pour, (see section on Filling
Fresh Water Tank) 4 L (1 gallon) of solution into the fresh water tank for each 60 L (15 gallon) of tank
capacity. As an alternative, several commercial solutions are available and should be used as directed on
the package.
3. Complete filling of the tank with fresh water.
4. Turn on the water pump and slowly open all faucet's to release trapped air.
5. Close faucet's and allow to stand for 3 hours then drain and flush with fresh potable water.
6. To remove excessive chlorine taste or odor which may remain, prepare a solution of 1 L (1 quart) vinegar
to 20 L (5 gallons) water and pour into tank and allow solution to agitate in tank by vehicle motion,
(several days if possible).
7. Drain tank and flush with fresh potable water.
WATER SYSTEM WINTERIZING:
NOTE: Water system must be in summer operation mode and repeat operations 5 and 6 with water system in
winter operation mode.
To winterize your potable water system:
1. Drain the entire system including water heater, (refer to water heater manual for instructions on
draining).
2. Place water heater by-pass in the by-pass position to prevent water heater from filling with antifreeze.
3. Add 8 L (2 gallons) of approved nontoxic recreational vehicle antifreeze to the interior and exterior fresh
water tanks using both gravity fills.
4. Turn on the water pump.
5. Open all three faucet's until antifreeze is visible.
6. Open the toilet valve until antifreeze is visible. Refer to the water system winterizing NOTE above.
7. Turn off pump.
8. Remove the plug for the aisle shower drain and fill P-Trap with antifreeze
To prepare your potable water system for use:
1. Drain the antifreeze from the system.
2. Sanitize the system if desired.
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WATER SYSTEMS
210-Versatile Chevrolet
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OWNER MAINTENANCE
FIBERGLASS MAINTENANCE:
To maintain the original appearance and finish, your vehicle’s fiberglass running boards, roof and/or body must be
waxed at least annually. If deterioration, such as tarnishing or chalking, should occur, apply a mild rubbing
compound and wax to restore the original appearance.
EXTERIOR WASHING:
To prevent water from entering your vehicle, avoid spraying water directly into exterior vents or grills. Use care and
caution when using a power washer to prevent water leaks. Do not point power washer directly towards any door
openings, body seams, vent or automotive striping.
OTHER MAINTENANCE:
For necessary maintenance of other components and appliances, see their respective manufacturer’s owner’s
manuals for instructions.
WINTER STORAGE:
INSIDE YOUR VEHICLE:
Before winter storage:
1. Be sure to clean your vehicle thoroughly. Special emphasis should be given to the appliances,
such as the refrigerator.
2. Once cleaned, leave the refrigerator door propped open with the cutting board in the freezer
compartment to prevent the development of odors, (insert a box of baking soda if desired).
3. Open a window slightly allowing sufficient air circulation to avoid the development of odors,
condensation and mildew.
4. To prevent sun rays from deteriorating and fading interior fabrics, cover all upholstered seats and
cushions. As a further precaution, close all drapes tightly.
5. Disconnect the auxiliary battery using the disconnect switch located in the monitor panel.
OUTSIDE YOUR VEHICLE:
Before winter storage:
1. Ensure that all waste water tanks have been dumped and flushed and that the entire potable water
system has been properly drained, refer to sections on Potable Water System Draining and Potable Water
System Winterizing.
2. Be sure to cover the external vents to the refrigerator, exhaust fan, furnace and air conditioner with heavy
plastic sheeting to prevent entry by rodents and insects.
3. To improve tire life and maintain performance, put your vehicle up on blocks. Also, cover all tires exposed
to sun light to prevent deterioration from ultraviolet rays.
4. Consult your automotive owner’s manual or local automotive dealer regarding steps necessary to
prevent engine and chassis damage during long periods of storage in your particular region.
5. Vehicle should be parked level so that all vents and water drains can operate properly.
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SPRING START UP:
After storage, reactivate your vehicle for use by reversing all the procedures that you performed to prepare it for
winter storage. In addition, L.P.G. (liquid propane gas) system’s connections and fittings should be checked for
possible leaks and all other systems and appliances should be operated to ensure satisfactory performance.
TIRES:
See the automotive chassis manufacturer’s owner’s manual and documents for tire warranty and recommended
inflation pressures.
CARGO CARRYING CAPACITY:
See the information labels attached to the driver door post, inside of lower galley cabinet door, and insert at the
front of this manual.
OWNER MAINTENANCE CHECKS:
Listed below are vehicle maintenance checks and inspections that should be performed by the owner or qualified
service technician at the indicated intervals.
Any adverse conditions should be brought to the attention of your dealer or qualified service technician for expert
service advice as soon as possible.
The owner maintenance checks are generally not covered by warranties and you may be charged for labor, parts
and supplies used.
WHEN YOU STOP FOR FUEL:
Extinguish all pilot lights, (e.g. refrigerator, furnace).
Check engine oil level.
Look for low or under inflated tires, the tires should be 50 P.S.I. in the front tires and 80 P.S.I. in the rear tires.
AT LEAST MONTHLY:
Check coolant level in the coolant recovery reservoir.
Check operation of all exterior lamps, including brake lamps, turn signals and hazard warning flashers.
Check tire pressure.
Run generator for 20 minutes under load to prevent carburetor damage.
AT LEAST ONCE EVERY THREE MONTHS:
Flush black water holding tank.
Flush grey water holding tank.
Add fuel stabilizer to the fuel tank.
Flush and sanitize fresh water tank.
Grease external drawer slides.
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AT LEAST TWICE A YEAR:
Check power steering fluid level.
Check windshield washer level and wiper operation. Clean wiper blades with clean cloth dampened with
washer fluid.
Check radiator, heater and air-conditioning hose for leaks or damage.
Check for worn tires and loose wheel lug nuts.
Check parking brake system.
Check head lamp alignment.
Check lap and shoulder belts for wear and function.
Check air pressure in spare tire.
Inspect appliance vents to ensure they are free from dirt, insects, spider webs and/or nests.
Inspect black and grey water tank vents.
Clean air conditioner filter.
Thoroughly clean and wax the roof of the van.
AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR:
Lubricate all door hinges, locks and latches.
Clean battery terminals, (automotive and coach).
Have L.P.G. test completed by certified gas technician.
Have appliances tested and cleaned.
Wax & polish and protect exterior surfaces.
The above maintenance schedule is a recommendation only. Please refer to your Chevrolet Manual for details on
the Chevrolet required maintenance schedule.
Efficient economical vehicle performance will be enhanced by utilizing this recommended maintenance. It is
strongly recommended that no repairs be made without appropriate training, tools and safety equipment. This
could cause bodily injury, damage to the vehicle or cause the vehicle to operate improperly.
Home & Park shall not be held liable or assume any obligations or responsibilities whatsoever for any loss, damage
or injury directly or indirectly caused by, arising or resulting from, or as a consequence of the use or nonuse of the
information contained herein or the operation or non-operation of any items mentioned herein. Home & Park shall
be indemnified and saved from all losses, expenses, claims and demands whatsoever.
AUXILIARY BATTERY:
Your vehicle is equipped with a group 27 lead acid auxiliary battery. Dual battery option is equipped with
two 6 volt deep cycle batteries. It is recommended that acid levels be checked at least once every 3 months,
every 1 month under heavy usage.
See battery manufacturers maintenance recommendations.
In order to maintain the function of the slide out battery tray you must lubricate the slides and
compartment bottom. Use of a general automotive grease is recommended. It is recommended that this be
done every 3 months when you are checking the acid levels.
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ALUMINUM WHEEL MAINTENANCE:
Never clean your wheels when they are hot either from free standing in the sun, or from normal road use.
Always clean wheels when they are cool to the touch of your hand. If you spray any type of cleaning agent,
corrosive or not, they will stain a polished and chrome wheel and even some clear coated wheels. Period. No
matter how expensive they are.
Clean your wheels either early in summer mornings or dusk on summer evenings. A good practice is not to clean
them in direct sunlight. We are experiencing different UV and ambient temperatures, from a result of a changing
ozone. This also plays havoc on tires as well.
Clean rims using mild soap and water. Some strong cleaning agents will spot polished wheels every time.
Avoid car washes if possible when your wheels are hot. This could stain the wheel.
In time, due to brake and regional temperatures in North America, the wheel’s lustre will fade, so from time to time,
use a premium polish wheel cleaner/polish to keep the natural polished finish.
Never use steel wool or coarse abrasive pads to clean ANY wheel. This will cause permanent damage, and will not
be warranted by the wheel manufacture.
It is recommended to place Vaseline, or some type of oil based cooking grease and coat the wheels during the
harsh winter and touch them up from time to time or have a set of winter wheels and tires.
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LIMITED WARRANTY INFORMATION
LIMITED WARRANTY DEFINITIONS
Home & Park Home & Park Motorhomes (A Division of HANMAR MOTOR CORPORATION).
Dealer
Dealer or any wholesale buyer of recreational vehicles, authorized by Home & Park.
Vehicle
Any recreational vehicle manufactured by Home & Park Motorhomes.
Purchaser
Registered owner of the Vehicle and/or purchaser of the Vehicle.
Warranty Card
Home & Park Limited Warranty Registration Card specifying Purchaser of Vehicle.
All vehicles are covered by a three part limited warranty: Automotive Warranty, Appliance Warranty, and Home &
Park Limited Motorhome Warranty.
HOME & PARK LIMITED WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
It is very important that the Dealer complete the Home & Park Limited Warranty Registration, (at the bottom
of the “QualityCare” Pre-Delivery Report) on each Vehicle and fax it to Home & Park within 48 hours from the
date of retail delivery. Home & Park uses the information on the Limited Warranty Registration to:
1. Notify General Motors to start the automotive (chassis) warranty in the Purchaser’s name as of the
date of retail delivery.
2. Maintain records for the Home & Park Limited Motorhome Warranty and for any recall notifications.
If Home & Park does not receive this information, when the Purchaser tries to have automotive warranty work
done, the Purchaser, the Dealer and Home & Park will be severely inconvenienced until this information is received
and processed by General Motors.
AUTOMOTIVE WARRANTY - GENERAL MOTORS ( CHEVROLET CHASSIS)
The warranty currently offered by General Motors covers the manufacture of the Chevrolet chassis.
See the General Motors Warranty Information booklet for details.
For Chevrolet chassis sold through RV dealers, Home & Park uses the information on the completed Warranty Card
to notify General Motors to restart the automotive (chassis) warranty in the Purchaser’s name as of the date of
retail delivery. Upon receipt of the Warranty Card, Home & Park completes and mails the appropriate forms to
General Motors who in turn enter this information into their computer systems. This process can take up to 6 weeks
from when the Dealer mails the Warranty Card. If warranty work is required before this process is completed and
the Vehicle’s V.I.N. appears on the computer, the Purchaser should ask the Chevrolet dealer to enter the Purchaser’s
name and address and date of retail delivery into the computer. To prove the vehicle is still under warranty, the
Purchaser should show a copy of the bill of sale to the Chevrolet dealer.
If Home & Park does not receive the completed Warranty Card, when the Purchaser tries to have automotive
warranty work done, the Purchaser, the Dealer and Home & Park will be inconvenienced until this information is
received and processed by General Motors.
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AUTOMOTIVE WARRANTY - GENERAL MOTORS ( CHEVROLET CHASSIS)
For Chevrolet chassis sold through Chevrolet dealers, the Dealer will enter the appropriate information directly
into General Motors’ computer system to restart the automotive (chassis) warranty in the Purchaser’s name as of
the date of retail delivery.
All automotive service, maintenance and repairs are to be performed by any Chevrolet dealer. See the General
Motors Warranty Information booklet for details. Such items are not warranted by Home & Park. Home & Park will
pay for the removal and reinstallation of motorhome components necessary to perform automotive recalls
and warranty for 36 months or 36,000 miles (in US) or 60,000 Km (in Canada), which ever occurs first, from date of
purchase by the first Purchaser. After this period such costs are considered to be inherent in the ownership of such
a vehicle. Home & Park will not pay for the removal and reinstallation of motorhome components necessary
to perform automotive service or maintenance. Such costs are considered to be inherent in the ownership of
such a vehicle.
LIMITED WARRANTY INFORMATION
The following information must be provided when contacting the factory for warranty:
Selling Home & Park Dealer: __________________________________________________________
Address:________________________________________________ Phone: (___) _______________
City, State/Prov:__________________________________________ Zip/Postal Code: ____________
V.I.N.(last 8 digits): _________ Sales order #(Located On The Driver Door Post Label): __________
Date Of Delivery To Owner (Retail Purchaser): ____________________________________________
AUTOMOTIVE CUSTOMER SERVICE & ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE NUMBERS
Chevrolet (US) customer service
Chevrolet (US) roadside assistance
800-222-1020
800-CHEV-USA (243-8872)
GM Canada customer service
GM Canada roadside assistance
800-263-3777
800-268-6800
APPLIANCE WARRANTY
The following are not warranted by Home & Park, but are covered by individual warranties offered by their
respective manufacturers to which terms both Purchaser and Dealer must comply: air conditioner, electrical
inverter/charger, furnace, generator, microwave oven, range hood exhaust fan, refrigerator, stove, toilet, water pump,
water heater, and macerator. Home & Park makes no warranty whatsoever, regarding these items and/or such like
components manufactured by others. However, Home & Park will pay for the removal and reinstallation of such
components that it determines at its sole discretion are installed by Home & Park in a manner unusual to the
industry. Purchaser and/or Dealer are required to deal directly with the nearest service center for such
manufactured components and abide by the warranty policy as allowed by such component manufacturers.
The name, location and phone number of some such component manufacturer’s are as follows:
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HOME & PARK LIMITED MOTORHOME WARRANTY:
Home & Park warrants to the Purchaser that the Vehicle is free from defects in material and workmanship on the
portion manufactured by Home & Park, under normal use and service, for four (4) years or 48,000 miles (U.S). or
80,000 (Canadian) whichever occurs first, from date of purchase by the first Purchaser or the date the Vehicle was
first put into service (for example, as a demo or rental), whichever is earlier.
This warranty shall be fulfilled at a Home & Park Dealer or authorized Roadtrek repair facility. For in transit
emergency repairs, you may choose to deal with a non-authorized RV service facility. However all warranty repairs
at non-authorized RV service facilities must be preauthorized by Home & Park. Home & Park will, at its option,
replace or repair free of charge (including related labor) any defective part, about which the Purchaser shall notify
their Roadtrek Dealer within the warranty period. The obligation of Home & Park under this warranty, is expressly
limited to such replacement or repair.
The provisions of this limited warranty shall not apply to the following:
1. Accident.
2. Unauthorized repairs or alterations.
3. Normal maintenance.
4. Changes made to other units manufactured after this Vehicle was manufactured.
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Incidental damages connected with the failure of the Vehicle such as lost time, inconvenience, loss of use
of the Vehicle, cost of rental cars, gasoline, telephone, travel or lodging.
6. Damages caused by environmental factors including, but not limited to, hailstorms, tornadoes,
sandstorms, lightning, floods, earthquakes, airborne fallout, chemicals, tree sap, ocean spray, road hazards.
7. Vehicle that has been declared a total loss by an insurance company (demolished) or a Vehicle whose
title indicates that it is designated as “salvage”,“junk”, or “rebuilt” or words of similar impact.
8. Exterior side storage compartments may not be moisture free. It is advised that you store items
accordingly. Home & Park is not responsible for goods damaged while stored in exterior storage
compartments.
9. There will be no allowance for emergency road repair, towing, labor, meals accommodations, etc. Such
will not be accepted if claimed under warranty.
10. After the “QualityCare” Pre-Delivery Report is completed by the dealer, appliance adjustments, door latch
adjustments, light bulbs, fuses, battery in the smoke detector and window screens are warranted for 90
days.
11. Aluminum wheels are not warranted against corrosion that is a result of road salt, sea salt, cleaning
chemicals or harsh driving conditions.
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HOME & PARK LIMITED MOTORHOME WARRANTY:
The provisions of this limited warranty shall not apply to deterioration due to wear and exposure beyond the
following limitations:
1. For one (1) year or 12,000 miles (in US) or 20,000 Km (in Canada), which ever occurs first, from date of
purchase by the first Purchaser for sewage hose, curtain fabric, seating fabric, carpet, cup holders, exterior
stripes and decals, running board trim, and black and grey water tank valves.
2. For two (2) years or 24,000 miles (in US) or 40,000 Km (in Canada), which ever occurs first, from the date
of purchase by the first Purchaser for leather seats.
3. For three (3) years or 36,000 miles (in US) or 60,000 Km (in Canada), which ever occurs first, from date of
purchase by the first Purchaser for exterior painted surfaces.
Home & Park Limited Motorhome Warranty is void unless the following conditions are adhered to:
1. Warranty Card on Vehicle must be completed by the Dealer and faxed to Home & Park within 48 hours of
date of retail delivery. When warranty applications are made and Warranty Card is not on file at Home &
Park, reimbursement of claim will be delayed until proof of original purchase is submitted to Home &
Park.
2. All warranty claims must be submitted on a Home & Park Motorhomes Warranty Claim form and properly
completed including Vehicle Identification Number (V.I.N.), odometer reading and Home & Park Limited
Motorhome Warranty start date (date of retail delivery).
3. Warranty work that will exceed $200 must first be authorized by Home & Park before proceeding
with such work. The authorization number issued by Home & Park must be noted on the warranty claim.
4. Home & Park reserves the right to inspect defective parts that have been replaced under warranty. Dealer
is expected to hold selected parts for a period of not to exceed 60 days.
5. Only parts and accessories and other material, available through Home & Park are to be used in the
performance of warranty service.
6. Warranty repairs performed a second time by a Dealer (due to incorrect or inadequate diagnosis,
improper assembly or repair, or lack of proper testing when the original warranty repair was performed)
are considered as shop comebacks and are not reimbursable. Costs of such repairs must be adsorbed by
the Dealer.
7. All claims must be submitted within 30 days of the date of repair.
8. Purchasers are responsible for presenting their vehicle to a Roadtrek Dealer as soon as a problem exists.
The warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time from date of authorization.
This limited warranty is expressly in lieu of any other expressed or implied warranty, including any implied warranty
of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and of any other obligations or liabilities on Home & Park
which neither assumes nor authorizes any other person to assume for it any other liability in connection with
Vehicle manufactured by it.
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CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (U.S. ONLY)
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cause injury or death, you should
immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Home &
Park.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a
group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot become involved in
individual problems between you, your dealer, or Home & Park.
To contact NHTSA, you may call the Auto Safety Hot line toll-free at 1-800-424-9393 (or 366-0123 in Washington, DC
area) or write to:
NHTSA
U.S. Department of Transportation
Washington, DC 20590
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from the Hot line.
ROADTREK AMBASSADOR POTENTIAL CUSTOMER REFERRAL PROGRAM FOR ROADTREK OWNERS:
Most Roadtrek owners spend a lot of their valuable time giving tours of their Roadtreks to numerous inquisitive
people. Many of these potential customers become Roadtrek owners. To reward their efforts and encourage more
“tours” by these very convincing “sales people”, we will pay a $100.00 commission and provide incentive rewards to
any Roadtrek owner who refers a potential customer to us who eventually purchases a new Roadtrek.
To participate in this program, the Roadtrek owner must sign up for the Roadtrek Ambassador program by visiting
www.roadtrek.com/ambassador or calling 1-888-ROADTREK (762-3873). For every potential customer that you
show your Roadtrek, complete a “Potential Customer Referral Card”. You will receive $100.00 for each referral that
purchases a new Roadtrek. In addition, we have these complimentary gifts:
1. For your 1st purchasing customer we will send you Two Roadtrek Ambassador Golf Shirts.
2. For your 2nd purchasing customer we will send you Two Roadtrek Ambassador Windbreakers.
3. For your 5th purchasing customer we will send you Two Roadtrek Ambassador Leather & Melton jackets.
4. For your 10th purchasing customer we will provide an all expense paid trip to the Roadtrek factory.
If these incentives weren’t enough, all Roadtrek Ambassadors referring more than 2 purchasing customers in a
given year will be eligible for a draw to win the use of a new Roadtrek for a full year (mileage restrictions will
apply).
This program is subject to the following conditions:
1. Home & Park receives a “Potential Customer Referral Card” (supplies available upon request) completed
and mailed by the potential customer and/or Roadtrek owner.
2. The potential customer purchases a new Roadtrek within 3 years from the date the “Potential Customer
Referral Card” is received by Home & Park.
3. The potential customer purchases a new Roadtrek and has the dealer complete the “Home & Park
Warranty Registration” in the same name and address that was inserted on the “Potential Customer
Referral Card”.
4. If more than one Roadtrek owner refers the same potential customer, the $100.00 commission will be
split equally among all of the referring Roadtrek owners.
Home & Park Motorhomes reserves the right to cancel this program based upon 90 days notice to Roadtrek
owners.
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ROADTREK CLUB INTERNATIONAL
As a new Roadtrek owner, you are cordially invited to join our family of Roadtrek owners as members of the
“Roadtrek Club International”. An owners’ club offers its members an opportunity to meet other people with
common interests, attend enjoyable gatherings (such as group outings, sight seeing, camping, suppers, factory
tours, and more!), share travel experiences, keep current on the latest information and products from the factory,
and exchange ideas for improvements or solutions to problems. Annual membership dues are only US$10. Their
common bond is the that they are all Roadtrek owners. As a group, they promote fellowship and enrich their way
of life.
Roadtrek Club International is an active Chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association. FMCA, the foremost
organization in the world composed exclusively for motorhome owners, was founded in 1963 for the express
purpose of promoting fellowship and the use of motor coaching for pleasure. Many of its 130,000 members meet
and form fast friendships with fellow motorhomers and join together in Association sponsored activities that are
interesting and fun.
FMCA offers benefits and services specially designed to meet the needs of motorhome owners that you can’t get
anywhere else. Although space does not permit listing everything available, member benefits include: free monthly
subscription to the full color Family Motor Coaching magazine, minimum cost motorhome insurance, accidental
death coverage, emergency road service, trip routing service, toll free 800 number message service, mail
forwarding, identification emblems for your motorhome, free membership directory, anti-theft program, discount
programs, national and regional conventions, caravans and tours, and year-round activities in nearly 300 chapters
of FMCA for fun, fellowship and entertainment... plus much more. FMCA dues are $35 per year plus a one time $10
initiation fee in the first year.
Just complete the applications on the next page and mail them with your checks to the addresses shown. You’ll be
glad you did!
ADDRESS, PHONE & FACSIMILE NUMBERS, AND E-MAIL
Address all inquiries to:
Home & Park Motorhomes
Warranty & Service Department
100 Shirley Avenue
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, N2B 2E1
Telephone: toll free 888-ROADTREK (762-3873) or 519-745-1169
Facsimile: 519-745-1160
E-mail: service@roadtrek.com
All inquiries must include:
Owner’s name, address, home and work phone numbers
Selling Home & Park dealer’s name and contact
Servicing Chevrolet dealer’s name, contact and phone number
(if applicable)
Last 8 digits of Vehicle Identification Number (V.I.N.)
Vehicle mileage
Date of Retail Delivery
WEBSITE
Checkout the Roadtrek website at WWW.roadtrek.com
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ROADTREK INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER FMCA
A ROADTREK OWNERS’ CLUB
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
Please Print
Date ______________
Last Name __________________
First Name ________________ Spouse ____________________
Address ____________________
City ______________________ Prov/State __________________
Country ____________________
Postal/ZIP Code ____________ Phone: ( ) __________________
FMCA# ________________ If you are not currently a member of the Family Motor Coach Association,
please complete the FMCA Membership Application Form below. WE CANNOT PROCESS YOUR ROADTREK
INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER APPLICATION UNTIL YOU ARE AN FMCA MEMBER. Mail both forms and checks in
separate envelopes today. FMCA members send only the Roadtrek application form and check.
I/We would be interested in helping run the Chapter.
______ Yes
______ No
I/We would be interested in serving as an elected officer.
______ Yes
______ No
Please enclose $10.00 in U.S. funds. Note: The Chapter cannot accept credit cards.
Make check or money order payable to “Roadtrek International”.
Mail application and fee to: Becky Hartley, Chapter Treasurer, Email: johnbeckyhartley@sbcglobal.net
231 W. Washington St. Nelsonville, OH 45764-1138 Telephone: (740) 753-1066
[ Cut and mail in separate envelopes ]
FAMILY MOTOR COACH ASSOCIATION
Please Print
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
Date ________________
Last Name __________________
First Name ________________ Spouse ____________________
Address ____________________
City ______________________ Prov/State __________________
Country ____________________
Postal/ZIP Code ____________ Phone: (
E-mail Address
Coach Manufacturer: Home & Park Motorhomes
______________
) ______________
Model: ______ Roadtrek Year:_______ Length: ________License Plate Number: __________________
I have applied for membership in the Roadtrek International Chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association.
( ) If you are a former member, check here.
____________________________________
Occupation or former occupation, if retired.
How did you hear about FMCA?
____________________________________
If referred by an FMCA member, please list
his/her name and member number
I enclose $45 (payable in U.S. funds) for a Full/Family
membership (includes membership identification emblems.).
The $45 is composed of a $10 initiation fee, $30 for one year s
membership fee, and $5 for a one-year subscription to Family
Motor Coaching magazine. I understand that upon acceptance
of my application, I will be sent a copy of the FMCA Code of
Ethics. I agree to read and abide by this code, which represents
all our endeavors to be good neighbors, careful and responsible
coach owners and operators, and good citizens of our
communities.
Signed:____________________________________________
Make check or money order payable to: FMCA, Inc.
Please charge my
Mastercard
Card #
VISA
Discover
American Express
______________________ Exp. Date ____________
Signature. If charged, must sign here.
__________________________________________________
Return application and fees to: FMCA Membership Chairman, 8291 Clough Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45244-2796. Telephone (513) 474-3622
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CUSTOMER REFERRAL CARD
POTENTIAL CUSTOMER REFERRAL CARD
PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT LEGIBLY:
PRINT Potential Customer Name
(including Jr., Sr., etc.)
PRINT Mailing Address: House/Building Number and Street Name (including St., Ave., Rd., Ct., etc.)
City
ZIP/P.C.
State/Prov.
Country
Email
Please send me a brochure and the name and address of
my nearest dealer
REFERRED BY:
Roadtrek Vehicle Identification Number (last 8 digits only)
Area Code
Phone No.
Area Code
Phone No.
PRINT Roadtrek Owner’s Name
(including Jr., Sr., etc.)
Optional
PRINT Mailing Address: House/Building Number and Street Name (including St., Ave., Rd., Ct., etc.)
State/Prov.
City
ZIP/P.C.
Email
Please send me more of these referral cards
Please send me more brochures
by Home & Park Motorhomes
M300404
POTENTIAL CUSTOMER REFERRAL CARD
PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT LEGIBLY:
PRINT Potential Customer Name
(including Jr., Sr., etc.)
PRINT Mailing Address: House/Building Number and Street Name (including St., Ave., Rd., Ct., etc.)
City
State/Prov.
Country
ZIP/P.C.
Email
Please send me a brochure and the name and address of
my nearest dealer
REFERRED BY:
Roadtrek Vehicle Identification Number (last 8 digits only)
Area Code
Phone No.
Area Code
Phone No.
PRINT Roadtrek Owner’s Name
(including Jr., Sr., etc.)
Optional
PRINT Mailing Address: House/Building Number and Street Name (including St., Ave., Rd., Ct., etc.)
State/Prov.
City
ZIP/P.C.
Email
Please send me more of these referral cards
by Home & Park Motorhomes
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Please contact Home & Park Motorhomes should you require additional customer referral cards.
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