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Old 03-12-2019, 07:34 PM   #1
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2000 Adventurer Odd Year for parts

Hello all, am really close to getting a 35B coach. I knew it had basement AC but did not realize this was also a heat pump, so does this means this is the only source for heat in this coach? I read where there in no replacement for a 6537 pump, what is in this coach? I'm concerned that if I buy this & this goes out I'll be SOL!

I saw where there's something else out there at a tune of 2-3 thousand bucks but will not really fit.



Please help me, as I am going down to the dealer on Friday & have a deposit on this rig, (contingent on a test drive, & inspection)


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Our 2003 Adventurer had propane hot air furnace in addition to the HP.
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Old 03-12-2019, 08:28 PM   #3
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It would appear that the 6537 pump came out for the 2002 model. I did notice an heater exhaust intake/exhaust coming out the back of the coach, so of course it has a separate furnace! I just panicked as long as we have heat I don't care much about the air, (although it has to work when we do the walk thru with the dealer).
Does anyone know what heat pump unit would be in a 2000 model?



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As you can see in the 2000 Adventurer 35B Parts Catalog the Central A/C unit is a side return and has Winnebago Part Number 105620-11-000. The top return 6537 (as I have on my coach) is Winnebago Part Number 105620-16-000.
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Old 03-12-2019, 10:19 PM   #5
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Does anyone know what heat pump unit would be in a 2000 model?

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Iím not 100% sure but my guess would be your unit is a 6535 series, the same one thatís in my Horizon. If it is then here is some info you may find helpful, if itís not the same maybe someone else can use it.

Service manual.
http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/rvp/6535heatpump.pdf
Parts list
http://rvcomfort.com/pdf_documents/r434_copy.pdf
Complete replacement though many parts are still available.
https://www.rvproductsshop.com/2ton-...46515-811.html

You can confirm the model by looking on the left side near where the power cables enter the unit, there should be a label with the model number. Here is a picture of where that info label is on my unit.
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My 2000 37g had the basement air and heat pump. It also had a propane furnace. I sold the rv two years ago, and the unit still worked great.
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