Jayco Embark 2023 Toilet User Manual
Prior to using the sanitation system, it is strongly recommended to flush the toilet several times to release sufficient water into the holding tank. Generally, more water is required only when flushing solids.
It is important to prevent solid waste buildup. Follow the toilet manufacturer’s recommended instructions each time after emptying the black water holding tank. To help prevent toilet blockage, always use RV-grade single-ply toilet paper. Do not flush paper towels, diapers, sanitary napkins, or other foreign objects down the toilet. Do not use chlorine (undiluted) or caustic chemicals, such as laundry bleach or drain opening types, in the toilet system. These products damage the seals in toilets and dump valves.
The toilet system will perform better when water is run for ten to fifteen seconds after flush-ing to ensure that the waste will proceed to the bottom of the tank. If there is not a sufficient amount of water used during flushing, the waste materials may not evacuate properly from the drain line to the tank. Clogged tanks and pipes could eventually occur. For added convenience and better sanitation system performance, it is advisable to always have four to six inches (10 – 15 cm) of water in the toilet. It is important to add enough water to prevent solid waste buildup. The following guidelines will help to prevent solid waste buildup.
Sewage (black) tank preparation
- Release one to two quarts (1 or 2 liters) of water into the toilet bowl.
- Follow the directions on your (approved RV) toilet chemical bottle (customer supplied), by placing the recommended quantity of holding tank chemical into the toilet bowl.
- Flush the toilet and allow at least two gallons (8 liters) of water to flow into the holding tank.
Cleaning and Maintenance
The toilet should be cleaned regularly for maximum sanitation and operational efficiency.
For detailed information refer to the manufacturer’s operator manual.
Climate Control System
All controls for the heating/cooling climate control system are incorporated into the touchscreen system. For specific operating instructions for heating/cooling controls, refer to the the-touch screen user guide included in your warranty packet or online at http://www.fireflyint. com.
The air conditioner/heat pump heats and cools from a single unit. The heating unit will not replace a furnace for heating your motor home in cold weather. It is designed to warm the coach during cool or mild temperatures. Both the heating and cooling units are controlled by a single thermostat which is controlled through the Vegatouch screen.
In the cooling mode, the temperature drop from inlet to supply will be 15 to 20 degrees. In the heating mode, the temperature rise from inlet to supply will be 25 to 40 degrees unless the outdoor temperature has dropped sufficiently to cause the freeze switch to activate. In that case, the rise will be only 10 to 20 degrees. Any deviations from these norms are caused to examine the system for dirty air filters or outdoor coil. Parking the vehicle in a shaded area, keeping windows and doors shut, and avoiding the use of heat-producing appliances in the vehicle will help to reduce heat gain.
Do not operate the heat pump for extended periods of time without the filter installed. Lint, grease, dirt, etc. that are normally stopped by the filter are now accumulating in the cooling coil. This leads to loss of air volume, icing up of the cooling coil, and could result in serious damage to the operating components of the heat pump.
The only required maintenance on the heat pump is cleaning and replacing the filters. The filters can be cleaned and reused. It is recommended that filters be cleaned and changed at least every 2 weeks when the heat pump is in operation. Refer to the manufacturer’s manual for important safety and operating information.
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