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Old 04-01-2007, 05:35 PM   #1
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Idon't think I have a separate blower in the ducting to the water compartment of the basement. I have seen here on this forum that the '03 models have a switch for this fan located either on the outside wall of the front bathroom,or in the service bay. Ido not have either.Could this feature been eliminated on the '04 models? If so, maybe the furnace blower warms that compartment. I can't feel any heat in the water conpartment when heater is on. Any ideas or suggestions?Thanks,Bob
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Idon't think I have a separate blower in the ducting to the water compartment of the basement. I have seen here on this forum that the '03 models have a switch for this fan located either on the outside wall of the front bathroom,or in the service bay. Ido not have either.Could this feature been eliminated on the '04 models? If so, maybe the furnace blower warms that compartment. I can't feel any heat in the water conpartment when heater is on. Any ideas or suggestions?Thanks,Bob
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Old 04-01-2007, 08:24 PM   #3
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">I have seen here on this forum that the '03 models have a switch for this fan located either on the outside wall of the front bathroom,or in the service bay </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
FWIW, my 03 ksca 3740 does NOT have any switches as you described. ED
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I have an 03 Mountain Aire 3778 and it has a blower switch in the water bay to operate fan for heater duct.
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our 04 dutch star has a blower switch in the water compartment next to the pump switch good luck
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There was a winter pkg option not sure they still have it.
If you have a tinfoil duct from furnace at mid coach compartment drivers side you could add a 12v fan in duct with a switch mounted were ever you want to install it.
On the furnace control board there must be a 12v control to feed the 12v to fan because mine will cycle when the furnace goes off and on.
Have had this option on all three coachs and it does keep the bays warm just make sure you have all ports for water hose and sewer closed.
Just checked for option and its not listed on Newmar site or Lee's build your own new options for 2008's. But that doesn't say its not possible to still put in. If it stops raining I'll check control board to see if I can find leads for 12v off it that feed the fan.
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