Top 20 Heartland 2013 Big Country BC 3596RE - Page 6 Questions & Answers


Try this web site for manuals http://www.forestriverinc.com/rvs/owners

RVs | 68 views | 0 helpful votes


Check your battry voltage with it plugged in should be about 13.3 plugged in and that means it's charging. Unplug rig and if it's below 10.5 nothing 12v will work , get a new battery

RVs | 96 views | 0 helpful votes


The slide mechanism is made by an independent company. Find the manufacturer of the slide mechanism and they most likely have owners and service manuals posted online.

RVs | 83 views | 0 helpful votes


Palomino might be able to supply the manual if you inquire.

RVs | 89 views | 1 helpful votes


Tioga RVs are made by Fleetwood. If you check with them, they should be able to tell you who manufactured their slide mechanisms. Most slide manufacturers have online resources that can help with your issue. You could also hook up a car battery to give power to your electrical system to power the slide -- If it's in operating condition.

RVs | 94 views | 0 helpful votes


If you had both tank dump valves opened and the same time, raising the hose above the top of the tanks could allow liquids to mix. Gray water can smell as bad as the black tank, so you can't depend on odor. Best practice is to dump the black tank first, close the valve, then use the gray tank to flush the hose out.

RVs | 78 views | 0 helpful votes


In order to give an answer, I'd need to know what engine make and model. Is it, a GM or Ford engine, or something else? The firing order should be easy to find using Google once you know the above information.

RVs | 85 views | 0 helpful votes


The horn fuse will be in the fuse panel for the driver functions. Often there are two fuse panels, one under the hood with fuses and relays and a second one inside under the dashboard.

RVs | 93 views | 0 helpful votes


no idea, but I would look very close to the water tank, maybe as part of the fill cap.

RVs | 81 views | 0 helpful votes


Why not turn on something on that battery circuit and then try the switch in either position? The battery systems (chassis and house) are generally left ON when using the RV or connected to shore power. If in storage without shore power, then the disconnect switches will reduce battery drain.

RVs | 86 views | 0 helpful votes


Most likely, a Crossroads Zinger dealership won't have this information. Call Crossroads directly, (866) 425-4369. Keystone RV bought out Crossroads a few years ago, so you may not be able to find this info. Another good source of info would be the Crossroads Owner Forum http://www.crossroadsowners.com/forums/f15/

RVs | 83 views | 1 helpful votes


Have you tried to contact Forest River with a request for a manual? Sometimes on their websites they have a download area where you can get the owner's manuals.

RVs | 98 views | 0 helpful votes


If you're talking about the HVAC in the dash, it can be diagnosed with a step-by-step tracing of the wires. I'd also jumper the blower motor with an ammeter in the circuit to see if it's drawing too many amps. Check with George Boy to identify the HVAC supplier. Evans Tempcon provides many RV manufacturers, but they aren't the only one.

RVs | 86 views | 0 helpful votes


should be adjustments on legs to raise or lower

RVs | 75 views | 0 helpful votes


Your boat does have a Main Shore Power Disconnect Circuit Breaker. You will need to remove an access panel on the inside of the boat in the general vicinity to where the power cable connects to the boat. Not knowing the specifics of your boat, chances are it will be around a cabinet or fixed seat. If you know where the fuse panel is on the inside, you could remove a panel next to it to follow the 120VAC cables (which will be a much larger gauge and only Black & White where the 12VDC wires may have multiple colors and whites). Be prepared, this area is typically inconvenient and not the easiest to get into for some of us. Depending on your application, the switch may be a red handle that will rotate.

Once you find it and switch it, you should have power. If not, use a multimeter to check for power on both sides of the switch.

RVs | 76 views | 0 helpful votes

Not finding what you are looking for?
Heartland 2013 Big Country BC 3596RE Logo

2 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Heartland RVs Experts

Renee Knafel-Bullock
Renee Knafel-Bullock

Level 2 Expert

353 Answers

Andrew Taylor
Andrew Taylor

Level 3 Expert

30497 Answers

David Spradling
David Spradling

Level 3 Expert

10679 Answers

Are you a Heartland RVs Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

View Most Popular

Big Country BC 3596RE Heartland

  • Big Country BC 3596RE Heartland

Most Popular Question

just bought used 3596re get outside

  • RVs
Loading...