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Old 06-09-2016, 12:21 PM   #1
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Basment heat and ice maker

I have just purchased a 1999 Fleetwood 37s Pace Arrow and am trying to find out if it is winterized and dose it have heat going to the basement, and dose anyone that has one know how to make the ice maker work?
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According to this brochure it has heated water and holding tank compartments. (pg 5) I also found this owner's manual for the Pace Arrow Vision. http://fleetwoodrv.com/partsandservi...row_vision.pdf

I can't help you with the ice maker. Is it built in the freezer compartment of the refrigerator or a separate stand alone ice maker? What is the make and model of the ice maker?

In general, check for a shut off valve in the water lines under sinks and in cabinets for the water supply. The power outlet might be through an inverter so it is powered when not on shore power.
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Most ice makers require 110v. Also they will not usually start making ice until the temperature in the freezer gets cold. This could take several hours.
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