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Old 06-22-2019, 09:58 AM   #1
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Ok, I知 sure this can be done, but I知 not sure of the process. When at a campsite with full hookups, can you force the coach to use the Oasis radiator heat instead of the roof heat pumps? I知 preferring the oasis because it seems quieter and I like the heat coming out low instead of at head height. 2019 Mountain Aire for those that my signature doesn稚 show up.
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Old 06-22-2019, 10:07 AM   #2
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Ok, I知 sure this can be done, but I知 not sure of the process. When at a campsite with full hookups, can you force the coach to use the Oasis radiator heat instead of the roof heat pumps? I知 preferring the oasis because it seems quieter and I like the heat coming out low instead of at head height. 2019 Mountain Aire for those that my signature doesn稚 show up.
Yes ,you can.....if you go on Newgle,it has a section showing the process

Or go into the Silver Leaf and scroll thru,it will have all the prompts to change from heat pumps as primary to 40 degrees then Oasis....C
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Just turn the two Oasis electric elements on and turn the thermostat to furnace. Do you have heated floors? If so, just turn them on instead. There will be no noise and plenty of heat.
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I am so sorry to ask, but what is a Newgle?
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Thanks for the replies. I got it figured out. On my Mountain Aire, I had to go to the Silverleaf panel and choose Features/Climate Configuration and set the Secondary Heat management to Secondary Only.
On my silver leaf thermostat there is no option for the furnace, just a setting for the heat temperature. This setting forces the heat to use the Oasis heat rather than first going to the heat pumps.
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I am so sorry to ask, but what is a Newgle?
Newgle is Newmar's info website for information... I've never found it particularly useful for finding info that is specific for your coach. There is a lot of info there, but sorting through what might apply to your situation is difficult.
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