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Old 06-23-2013, 11:38 AM   #1
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I have just purchased a 2009 Crossroads Seville 37BH fifth wheel. With all of the bells and whistles that it has, I am lost on what does what. Does anyone know where one can either download or purchase a owners manual for this unit? One problem that comes to mind are the storage tanks. They are set up different than my last one and I am confused on which is which. I know about the black and grey water tanks, but what is a waste water and galley tank? I have two black water tanks on the unit, but only one level indicater for this application. Any suggestions?
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:25 PM   #2
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Your galley tank is a second grey water tank for the kitchen area.
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Old 06-29-2013, 12:26 AM   #3
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Yes, galley is usually nothing but the kitchen sink waste. It is often about as nasty as the black tank. Waste water and gray water are the same thing. Your black will probably be labeled as sewer.



As far as owner's manuals, I've owned four different RVs and none of them have ever had a unit specific owner's manual. The owner's manual itself is usually very generalized and will apply generally to many different models of a certain brand. They aren't much good at all. Usually, when you purchase a new camper, there will be a big package of manuals that come with it. The manufacturer usually includes the manuals for each component they install in the camper. For instance, there would be manuals from maybe Atwood for the stove and water heater, Dometic for the air conditioner and refrigerator, Sharp for the microwave, etc. Good luck if you ever need a wiring diagram for the coach itself.



Look in every little storage cubby you can find inside your coach. More than likely the previous owner would have left all that in there somewhere.
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Manuals from Crossroads are useless. Too generic.
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I have the same model and the same question. What is the difference between the black watermeter and the separate tank meter labeled waste? There are 2 bathrooms so are there 2 black water tanks? How do you know which meter is forwhich tank?
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Yes, galley is usually nothing but the kitchen sink waste. It is often about as nasty as the black tank. Waste water and gray water are the same thing. Your black will probably be labeled as sewer.



As far as owner's manuals, I've owned four different RVs and none of them have ever had a unit specific owner's manual. The owner's manual itself is usually very generalized and will apply generally to many different models of a certain brand. They aren't much good at all. Usually, when you purchase a new camper, there will be a big package of manuals that come with it. The manufacturer usually includes the manuals for each component they install in the camper. For instance, there would be manuals from maybe Atwood for the stove and water heater, Dometic for the air conditioner and refrigerator, Sharp for the microwave, etc. Good luck if you ever need a wiring diagram for the coach itself.



Look in every little storage cubby you can find inside your coach. More than likely the previous owner would have left all that in there somewhere.
They are always using different suppliers for the appliances, tv, radio, fans, etc. They give you a pile of seperate manuals and a manual that provides no clear answers.
Just another area where they drop the ball for the sake of cost.
One of your best source of info is right here.
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