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Old 11-11-2008, 07:30 PM   #1
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HI All

I recently purchased a new to me 2002 HR Vacationer. The MH got the aux heat in the service bay. How do I find out if I have heating pads on my tanks. As per my manual, the OPTIONAL heating pads come on automatically when the system heat is turned on and the temperature drops below 40. So how do I know if I have the optional heating pads?
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HI All

I recently purchased a new to me 2002 HR Vacationer. The MH got the aux heat in the service bay. How do I find out if I have heating pads on my tanks. As per my manual, the OPTIONAL heating pads come on automatically when the system heat is turned on and the temperature drops below 40. So how do I know if I have the optional heating pads?
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Old 11-11-2008, 08:27 PM   #3
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Welcome to iRV2 (and hopefully you will allow me to add some "Monaco karma" to your name on the left also!)Congrats on your 'new to you' Vacationer.

As far as finding out if you have the "optional heating pad" .. I think your best bet is to call Monaco Tech Support and ask them if it does. Also have a "build sheet" emailed or sent to you. That sheet will give you all the info on your coach. (You will need your "coach number" when you call them.)

Again...welcome to the forums...we hope you visit & post often!

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THX,

Now what is the coach number. Same as the VIN? or do I have an other fancy number somewhere. How/where can I find it?

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Gonzo..You have your karma! You are now officially a member of the Monaco Forum.

Your coach number is the last six of the coach serial number. You should find the S/N on the same sheet that has the VIN which is on the wall behind the driver seat.


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Gonzo...My 2007 Monarch SVE SFS 30 also has the optional 12 volt bay heater. My manual says: "NOTE: A heat pad for the fresh tank (included with system heat option) also activates with system heat". Don't know if 2002 like yours also included the heat pad, so a check with Monaco sounds like best bet to find out. I cannot see the fresh water tank on my Monarch, so can't see for myself that the heat pad is actually there.
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