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    Default Beeping on panel when the hot water is being used?

    Just started this morning - anytime hot water is turned on in our toy hauler it is causing the control/status panel to beep. Does anyone have any idea what it could be alerting? We have gas and the water is hot.

    This is our first summer with it so still learning all of this. Thank you!


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    It beep when someone is using the hot water.

    Just kidding

    Is there a manual that come with the toy hauler. If so you may find the answer in there.

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    New to me as well.

    Could it perhaps be warning of low battery?

    Is your propane leak detector or carbon monoxide detector in that same vicinity?
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    We looked in book and no info. It's some generic owner manual for all forest rivers.

    Battery is brand new was 1/2 full.

    Carbon monoxide is on floor not beeping.

    Not sure where the propane leak detector is. Will look but it didn't start beeping til this morning and we've been camping since Friday.

    Will continue to search. Appreciate the ideas.




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    Quote Originally Posted by iaedyene View Post

    Battery is brand new was 1/2 full.



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    Akiceman25 may have found your problem, charge your battery and see what happen.

    If you don't have it setup to charge the battery as you are going down the road you should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver View Post
    Akiceman25 may have found your problem, charge your battery and see what happen.

    If you don't have it setup to charge the battery as you are going down the road you should.
    Plug it into shore power and see if it stops. I agree with the above.
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    Thanks. Yes ours is hooked up. Heading home now and will test it and see. Thanks guys!


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