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Old 03-21-2019, 08:59 PM   #1
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Stuck thermostat

The thermostat in our bedroom is stuck on 70 degrees. So if we program the Silverleaf climate in the bedroom to, say, 69, the air conditioning runs all night because the thermostat continues telling the AC that it's 70 degrees.

Conversely, if we program the climate to 71 degrees, the AC never runs in the bedroom (and the temp continues to climb) because the thermostat tells the system it's 70.

Anyone know a way to re-set the thermostat?
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The thermostat in our bedroom is stuck on 70 degrees. So if we program the Silverleaf climate in the bedroom to, say, 69, the air conditioning runs all night because the thermostat continues telling the AC that it's 70 degrees.

Conversely, if we program the climate to 71 degrees, the AC never runs in the bedroom (and the temp continues to climb) because the thermostat tells the system it's 70.

Anyone know a way to re-set the thermostat?
Yes replace it
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Old 03-21-2019, 10:25 PM   #3
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goggle the manual for whatever thermostat you have


Then follow procedure to reset t-stat
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Old 03-21-2019, 10:29 PM   #4
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There is no reset it is hard wired into silverleaf
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Old 03-22-2019, 06:53 AM   #5
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We had that exact problem with one of the T-stats (They call them thermoristors?) at our PDI. Newmar had the tech check behind the Silverleaf panel and even get on the roof to verify the AC before finally just replacing the thermostat.
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Although I don't have SilverLeaf, normally room temperature is conveyed to the rooftop units by remote sensors and then forwarded to the thermostat.
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I would try to reset the whole coach by turning the battery disconnect switch to off, then wait a minute and turn it back on. That should reset the silverleaf.
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We just had our furnace stay on too long on a recent outing. I believe that we had it set at 68 and it was still running as our stand alone thermometer read 74. The Silverleaf was still reading 68. It was the living room that was giving us the problem and I took the cover off the thermoristor(sensor) and blew it off and warmed it with my fingers and it seemed to correct the problem. Our front one is mounted into the valance of the PS front side window. It could be pulling the cold/hot air coming off the window is my guess.
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