alliance RV paradigm 2021 Fireplace User Manual
- Fahrenheit Vs. Celsius – Press this button to toggle between the two temperature scales.
- Flame Effect ‐ Press this button to change the flame effect. The unit will beep. Press again to decrease the flame intensity. There are 6 light settings for your selection. The flame optics will go lower under the sequence of 6,5,4,3,2,1. Pressing the button again will stop the flame effect.
- Up and Down – Press these buttons to set the desired temperature.
- Power Button – Turn the unit on and off with this button.
- Time Function – Press this button for the timer function. The letters “0H” to “8H” will appear on the LED screen. “OH” means there is no set running time and the heater will run continuously. The letters “1H” thru “8H” means the number of hours that the heater will operate before shutting off.
NOTE: The battery in the remote is a CR2025 battery.
MAXXAIR fans are located in the kitchen and master bathroom areas. These high‐powered fans are an industry staple that operates very easily. These fans are crucial in your RVs ventilation and assist with minimizing condensation, especially in extended use and extreme temperature situations. Your MAXXAIR fans will be controlled by remote wall-mounted controls. There is a manual override for opening and closing of the lid on the unit at the ceiling.
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The microwave situated above your stove has a built‐in fan. This will be covered in the Appliances section to follow.
You’ll find one of two types of refrigerators in your RV, the standard gas absorption (RV) type and an optional residential refrigerator.
Gas Absorption (RV) Refrigerator
An 18 cubic foot refrigerator, specifically designed for an RV, can stand up to life in a trailer. A very quiet, efficient, and easy-to-use refrigerator with a lot of room. Be sure to read the owner’s manual specific to this product.
- STORAGE OF FLAMMABLE MATERIALS BEHIND OR AROUND THE REFRIGERATOR CREATES A FIRE HAZARD. DO NOT USE THE AREA BEHIND THE REFRIGERATOR TO STORE ANYTHING, ESPECIALLY FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
- INCORRECT ADJUSTMENT, CHANGE OR MAINTENANCE OF THIS REFRIGERATOR CAN CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. ALWAYS USE AN AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN FOR NEEDED WORK
- THE REFRIGERATOR COOLING SYSTEM IS UNDER PRESSURE. NEVER TRY TO REPAIR OR RECHARGE A DEFECTIVE COOLING SYSTEM. BREATHING OF SOME OF THE COMPOUNDS IN REFRIGERATOR COOLING CAN CAUSE CANCER
- REGULARLY CHECK THE REFRIGERATOR VENT AREAS AND PATHWAYS BETWEEN THE VENTS TO ENSURE THEY ARE FREE FROM ANY FLAMMABLE MATERIAL OR BLOCKAGE. ALWAYS CHECK THESE AREAS AFTER ANY PERIODS OF STORAGE OR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME IN WHICH THE RV ISN’T USED
Gas Absorption (RV) Refrigerator Operation
Start the refrigerator and let it cool for eight hours before loading it with food.
- Power (1) – Turns the refrigerator off and on
- Mode (2) – Changes the modes of operation of the refrigerator
- Push and hold the mode button to scroll through the available modes of the refrigerator, when the desired mode indicator mode comes on, release the button
- Push and release the mode button over and over to manually scroll through the modes.
- In Auto mode, the refrigerator controls automatically select the most efficient energy source that is available.
- In Manual AC mode, the refrigerator cools using only AC electric power as the power source.
- In Manual Gas mode, the refrigerator cools using only propane gas as the power source.
- Temperature Set (5) – Scrolls through the temperature settings
- Push and hold the button to scroll through the selections, and release the button once the desired selection shows.
- Push and release the button to change the temperature settings manually.
- 1 is the warmest setting and 9 is the coldest setting
NOTE: In the illustration above, 3 = displays the mode, and 4 displays the temperature setting.
When you operate the refrigerator on propane gas at altitudes higher than 5,500 feet above sea level, you may experience reduced performance and burner outages. To avoid these possible problems, it is recommended that you operate the refrigerator on AC at altitudes higher than 500 feet above sea level.
Gas Absorption (RV) Refrigerator Maintenance
Properly caring for your refrigerator will give you years of trouble‐free service, and checking these few things periodically should be a priority.
- Keep the food compartment and freezer clean
- Make sure the doors seal correctly
- Be aware of any performance changes that are not caused by overloading, weather or gas control changes
- Make sure the airflow in the lower intake vent and the upper exhaust vent is not blocked or impeded in any way
- Make sure the area behind the refrigerator is clear, never store anything behind the refrigerator.
An optional residential refrigerator is available in this Alliance 5th wheel. If equipped, this RV will have an inverter installed that will be converting 12-volt battery power to 110-volt power for assistance with powering the refrigerator and allowing it to be operated when not on shore power. Please refer to your residential refrigerators user’s manual for full details on this appliance.
FAILURE TO READ AND UNDERSTAND THE USER’S MANUAL AND ALL ITS WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
Residential Refrigerator Control Panel
- Ice Off Button (if equipped) (1) – When pressed, ice will not be produced
- Power Freeze Button (2) – Press this button to freeze food quickly (power freeze will lose 2 and a half hours)
- Freezer Button (3) – Freezer temperature set button. You can set the freezer temp between 8 and ‐8 degrees Fahrenheit; the default setting is ‐2
- Fridge Button (4) – This button sets the temperature of the refrigerator. This temperature is changed in 2 degree intervals and can be set between 46 and 34 degrees Fahrenheit; the default setting is 38
- Power Cool Button (5) – Using this function will cool the food in the fridge quickly. When 25 degrees is reached, or after 2 and a half hours, the power cool function will automatically shut off
- E. Saver Button (6) – The energy saver button is for improved efficiency, if water drops appear on the doors, turn this function on.
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