alliance RV Avenue 2021 Operating the Furnace User Manual
Operating the Furnace
To Turn the Furnace Off
- Set the thermostat to the lowest setting, then turn the thermostat to the “OFF” position.
- Turn the manual shut-off valve (if equipped) to the “OFF” position.
The display indicates the mode and the room temperature. When the mode button is pressed once, the thermostat will wake. When the mode button is pressed again, the mode will change. Press the up or down button to wake the thermostat, the set temperature will display, and the mode will flash. Press the up or down button again to change the set temperature. The thermostat will go back to sleep after 5 seconds of no activity.
There is a three-minute anti-short cycle for cooling. After the cooling system has been de-energized, the system will not energize again for three minutes, this is to protect the compressor on the ac unit. You can bypass the anti-short cycle function by changing the mode to off.
NOTE: Operating your cooling system when the outdoor temperature is below 50 degrees Fahrenheit can cause damage to your cooling equipment. Hold the mode button down for 5 seconds to change from Fahrenheit to Celsius.
Your RV is equipped with an electric fireplace. You will be able to use this to help knock the chill off on cold days, this fireplace is not intended to heat your entire RV, nor will it do so. You can operate the fireplace at the control panel on the fireplace itself or wit the remote.
- 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.
The microwave situated above your stove has a built‐in fan. This will be covered in the Appliances section to follow.
You will find one of two types of refrigerators in your RV, the standard gas absorption (RV) type and an optional 12-Volt refrigerator.
Gas Absorption (RV) Refrigerator
A 13 cubic foot refrigerator, specifically designed for an RV and 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
- FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD. WHILE REFUELING OR PARKING NEAR A GASOLINE PUMP, BE SURE THAT THE AUTO MODE BUTTON ON THE REFRIGERATOR IS TURNED ON OR THAT ALL LP GAS APPLIANCES ARE SHUT OFF. FAILURE TO OBEY THIS WARNING COULD CAUSE A
FIRE OR EXPLOSION RESULTING IN DEATH OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY.
Gas Absorption (RV) Refrigerator Operation
When starting this refrigerator for the very first time the cooling cycle may require up to four hours of running time before the cooling unit is fully operational.
- ON/OFF button – Press the button to turn the refrigerator ON or OFF.
- Button In = Unit Is ON
- Button Out = Unit Is OFF
- AUTO/GAS mode selector button – Press the button to turn the AUTO mode ON or OFF.
- Button In = Auto Mode (Attempts Electric Mode First)
- Button Out = Auto OFF (Attempts LP Gas Mode Only)
- The system is fully automatic which means that it selects the most suitable energy source available, either 120 VAC or LP gas operation.
- Temperature set button – The thermostat has 5 settings where 1 indicates the warmest and 5 is the coldest temperature setting. Press the button once to display the current setting. Continue to press repeatedly until the desired setting, e.g., 3, is shown in the LED display. This value is shown for about 5 seconds and then the fresh food compartment temperature is displayed once again.
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
Operating Refrigerator at High Altitude
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 electricity at altitudes higher than 5,500 feet above sea level.
Leveling The Refrigerator
Leveling is one of the requirements for proper operation with absorption refrigerators. To ensure proper leveling, the vehicle needs to be leveled enough to be comfortable to live in (no noticeable sloping of floor or walls). Any time the vehicle is parked for several hours with the refrigerator operating, the vehicle should be leveled to prevent this loss of cooling. When the vehicle is moving, the leveling is not critical, as the rolling and pitching movement of the vehicle will pass to either side of the level, keeping the liquid ammonia from accumulating in the evaporator tubing.
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