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Old 11-03-2017, 09:58 PM   #1
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We just bought our first camper van, a Roadtrek 2010, Popular 190. Sometimes while we're driving we hear a "doorbell " ring. Sounds just like a doorbell going "ding-dong-ding-dong". Chatted with Roadtrek people and they don't know what it is. Nothing in manual. Anybody know?
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Old 11-03-2017, 10:25 PM   #2
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When it happens, do any lights go on in your control panel? It sounds like a seatbelt or door ajar warning. Could be the sensor or connection is bad so it only activates sometimes.
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I think Phoebe is onto something there. What does the low fuel warning sound like on those makes/models?
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Were you using your GPS?

It could be the speeding warning.
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Left the turn signal on? Probably not.

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Seat belt warning, door open warning, low fuel warning.
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It there a seat position sensor? Are the front seats not swiveled all the way back forward and locked? Could be that.
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