Sargent panel There are actually a few variations of this panel. They tend to look the same but offer different options when you scroll up and down. I have listed the most commonly used options below. But you will (hopefully) find other options in your manual. © Art By Paul 2000-2018    This tuns the control panel on/off This turns the water pump on/off This turns the awning light on/off This lets you (motorhome) use either the leisure battery, or the engine battery. Press this to scroll up the menu Press this to scroll down the menu Press this to change menu settings Leisure battery This tells you how much power is in the leisure battery. Normally it will display GOOD (13.5vdc) /FAIR (12vdc)/POOR (10.0vdc) If it shows POOR, you need to charge it. Vehicle battery This tells you how much power is in the leisure battery. Normally it will display GOOD (13.5vdc) /FAIR (12vdc)/POOR (10.0vdc) If it shows POOR, you need to charge it by running the engine for at least 20 mins or a good 20+ mile drive. Fresh water The fresh water is normally measured in 25%/50%75% and 100%. As you use the fresh water it will drop. Bear in mind that even though it may display 75% etc. You may have actually have as low as 51%. It takes a while to get use to this. Waste water The waste (grey) water is normally measured in 25%/50%75% and 100%. As you use the fresh water it will increase because the waste (grey) water gets dumped into the waste tank. Bear in mind that even though it may display 75% etc. You may have actually have as high as 99%. It takes a while to get use to this. Some waste tanks however, will only display either empty or full. Pump select If you have a 2 pin submersible pump connector near the fresh water filler cap you can use this option to top up your main fresh water tank from an aqua roll etc. You can also set how long the external pump will run for. Personally I would ignore this option and just use a hosepipe to fill the main tank. Sargent