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Old 10-03-2019, 08:17 AM   #1
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Oasis some heating registers not coming on.

Down in 30's here in Moab this am. Turned on Oasis for heat, first time this trip. Burner coming on, but the fans in only
2 of the registers, kitchen and bedroom are coming on and supplying heat to the coach. Living room front, middle half bath, and rear bath not coming on and blowing air. Where to start looking? thanks
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Does your half bath have a switch to turn on fan for heat? My 2013 has a switch on the wall.
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I can't speak specifically about Oasis, but my Hurricane system (Oasis predecessor) has switches that control the fans in each of the zones. The switches are "center off/hi/low" type and it's rather easy to accidentally brush up against them and end up with them in the "off" position. I wouldn't be surprised if that isn't your problem.
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Old 10-03-2019, 09:27 AM   #4
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Check this thread...

Oasis/Silverleaf fan question

...especially post #4.

I worked for me.

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