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Old 06-30-2015, 02:55 AM   #1
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This unit is new to me but I have two assistance in two area.

A. Owners manual page 37 shows a picture of a manual fresh water input, what is shown is similar to what I had on my previous class a. I do nor have this manual input visible, so where do you add fresh water to use when you are not at a campsite?

B. On page 60 there is a picture of a telephone jack / cable TV jack. This was used when getting camp cable or a portable sattelite dish. Again what is on the picture and real life is different, so where in my challenger do you hook up camp cable?

The manual is headed DAYBREAK / CHALLENGER /OUTLAW 2012 model. Your assistance would be appreciated as we are going from Manitoba to Bryce Canyon shortly and want to have a safe and convenient trip
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Old 06-30-2015, 03:08 AM   #2
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This unit is new to me but I have two assistance in two area.

A. Owners manual page 37 shows a picture of a manual fresh water input, what is shown is similar to what I had on my previous class a. I do nor have this manual input visible, so where do you add fresh water to use when you are not at a campsite?

B. On page 60 there is a picture of a telephone jack / cable TV jack. This was used when getting camp cable or a portable sattelite dish. Again what is on the picture and real life is different, so where in my challenger do you hook up camp cable?

The manual is headed DAYBREAK / CHALLENGER /OUTLAW 2012 model. Your assistance would be appreciated as we are going from Manitoba to Bryce Canyon shortly and want to have a safe and convenient trip
The Challenger has the Anderson Kant Leak termination center. To fill the fresh water tank connect the water hose to the city water fill and then turn the appropriate valve to the "Tank Fill" position. This will fill the fresh water tank. Caution, you need to monitor the fresh water tank during the fill process because there is no automatic shutoff. The manual fill for the fresh water tank is behind a small locked door on the passenger side of my coach (37ND).

The cable connection on my coach is in the same storage compartment as the shore power cable. It is mounted to the ceiling in the compartment and you have to stick your head in the compartment and look up to see it.

I am attaching, for your reading enjoyment, the Anderson instruction for the water termination panel. I received these from Anderson Brass after I purchased my Challenger earlier this year.

Anderson 200RV INSTALL TEST INSTRUCTIONS.pdf

Hopefully this helps.
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Old 09-15-2015, 04:11 PM   #3
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Try drivers side last bin, ceiling. Regular cable hook up. We have 2012 37kt.
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Old 09-15-2015, 07:31 PM   #4
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On our 2015 37KT our cable plug is in with the shore power cord. If you looking at that compartment the plug is up high on the left.

On my coach Iím not sure there is a manual water fill.

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