Chausson winter pack?

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  1. BobtheBass

    BobtheBass Funster

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    My new Chausson is supposed to have a heated waste tank as part of the winter pack, but I can't find any switches that might control it anywhere, nor is there any mention of it in the handbook. Chausson themselves don't answer emails from customers (I've tried several times) and the dealers don't really know, but do any of you guys have any idea how it works? Could the heater be automatic?
     
  2. colinw

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    Our van diverts the hot air from the truma to the waste tank that is in a polystyrene jacket . ours has a slider to divert more or less hot air to the tank ( our van Adria ) .
     
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    Hi can't answer your question, but have always got replays from chausson including wiring diagram. If all else fails I rang their customer services and was put through to a technical department who spoke English. Got the number of their web site.
    Your supplier should really do this. Hope this helps
     
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    Agree with Colin probably fed from the blow air heating, our last Hymer had an under slung waste tank that was in an insulated enclosure & heated with the blow air.

    Dealer sounds a bit useless if they don't understand the products they are selling.
     
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    Most don't.
     
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