Coleman Sedona Camper Owners Manual

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To keep your Coleman or Somerset pop up camper looking and operating at its best, here are a few routine maintenance and
cleaning tips:

AlumiTite Krystal Kote Composite Roof

For general pop up camper cleaning, ivory soap and water, Formula 409, Windex, Fantastik, Simple Green or Pine Sol all work wonders. Use the cleaner according to the manufacturer's suggestions and apply the cleaner to a soft, clean cloth rather than directly to the roof. Only clean a small section of the roof at a time. After cleaning, rinse off the surface as thoroughly as possible. Do not allow these cleaners to contact your pop up’s Sunbrella tenting material.

For heavy cleaning, use the following products (but remember to remove and rinse immediately and thoroughly after each use): Oops, Turtle-Wax, Bug, Tar & Tree Sap Remover (just make sure all drape, mattress, and tenting fabrics are protected – you don’t want to get any of that stuff on your fabrics!).

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Sunbrella 302 Acrylic Tenting

Most dirt will simply brush off of your pop up camper, and any remaining soil can be removed by using mild soap and water. To remove stains, spot wash the fabric by sponging briskly with a solution of natural soap in lukewarm water. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and air dry. For stubborn stains, use a commercial stain remover and follow the directions on the container, or you may use a 50 percent solution of bleach and water. Then rinse thoroughly and air-dry after heavy cleaning. It may be necessary to re-treat the Sunbrella fabric (see below). Though Sunbrella 302 will not mildew, mildew can grow on dirt and other foreign substances that are not removed from the fabric. For this reason, light routine cleaning such as brushing off the fabric, is important in extending the life of the material. While repeated cleaning will not diminish the inherent properties of Sunbrella 302, it may gradually reduce the water, soil, and stain-repellent properties of the treated finish. If this occurs, you can revitalize the fabric's original protective finish with a commercial spray-on fabric guard. (Note: The commercial spray-on fabric guard needs to be a fluorocarbon-based fabric protector such as 303 High Tech Fabric Guard.)

Stove and sinks

You can clean your Coleman pop up stoves and sinks using the same household cleaners you’d use in your home.

Countertops

Mild soap and warm water.

Shower and cassette toilet

Use an appropriate, non-abrasive household cleanser to bring the shine back to you shower and cassette toilet.

Cooler and refrigerator

Mild soap and warm water is all you need to clean out your cooler and refrigerator.

Cushion Covers

You can use a foam-type cleaner and vacuum to clean off your cushion covers.

Mattress Covers

5% Dawn dishwashing liquid and 95% water - immediately blot or wipe dry.

Table top

Damp cloth.

Vinyl windows

Mild soap and warm water.

Vinyl floor covering

Mild soap and warm water.

ABS panels

Mild soap and warm water.

Camper

Krystal Kote side body panels

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Mild soap and warm water

Mild soap and warm water will work wonders on almost every surface in your pop up!

Some pop up campers use propane furnaces as a power and heating source for water, convection ovens, and stove-top burners. Propane (commonly known as liquefied petroleum gas or LPG) is a colorless hydrocarbon that is odorless and nontoxic. However, it can explode or expel oxygen from an atmosphere and that makes it dangerous. To reduce the risks, ethyl mercaptan is added. In addition to that, you need to light it in a very strict sequence, which is outlined below in 7 steps.

NOTE: You will need a long-nosed lighter, such as the 16.25' InfiniteLite lighter.

Step 1

Start by reading through the manufacturer’s operation instructions for your pop up camper. You will either find them in the user manual or on a sticker on the case of the furnace, the fascia, or inside the front panel. Make sure the instructions are specific to your model because there could be vital variations.

Step 2

Make sure that the control devices are switched correctly. You can do that by moving the on/off switch to the “on” position. In case you are having trouble locating where the switch is simply look at the control panel and you will see a digital control that is more like a regular thermostat. If your pop up camper has a second switch with air conditioner/furnace, move it to the “furnace” position. Look for the slider control and move it to its hottest position.

Step 3

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About one minute after you switch the thermostat on, the furnace’s air-mover will start running. It will do so for a prescribed period in order to clear any propane that might have leaked into the combustion. Therefore, that process is very important because it ensures that the risk of an explosion is minimized completely. Once the pilot light starts burning, it will take about one more minute before the furnace ignites.

Step 4

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If the furnace fails to ignite, check the pilot light and confirm whether it is burning. Pop up campers have a thermocouple - a pilot light failsafe that prevents propane from flowing to the burners if the pilot light does not burn within the prescribed amount of time (usually about one minute).

Step 5

Wait for the pilot light safety mechanism to reset. This is an automatic troubleshoot like process that typically takes two to five minutes. Within that time period, check to confirm that the thermocouple (it is a bi-metal probe) is correctly situated. When the pilot light is burning, the thermocouple should be just at the tip of the flame but not touching it. There should be a distance of about one inch. You might also want to confirm that the propane supply is on at the tank regulator.

Step 6

Ignite the pilot using a long-nosed lighter (such as the 16.25' InfiniteLite lighter). Now, ignite the lighter while holding its flame to the pilot tip. Also, look for the pilot light override button (it is clearly labeled and should not be a problem locating) and hold it down as you light the pilot. Continue holding it down for a further thirty seconds.

Step 7

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Release the override button and the pilot light should continue to burn. The thermocouple will heat up. Now run through the ignition process once more and your furnace should fire up.





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