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Old 04-26-2016, 01:21 AM   #15
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I found it on the internet but the thermostat is a little different as to where the controlls are located, but works the same way. When you get the new thermostat, just remove the old one and unplug it and plug in the new one. Very easy to swap. I will look for the receipt for the new thermostat and post the company on line when I find it.
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Old 04-26-2016, 10:07 AM   #16
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Thanks for the reply. I found the ones on the internet that I thought were the correct replacement but was concerned that they looked different. You have clarified that now so I feel a little better about getting the correct one.
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Chuck, the one we had (small window for the temps) went kaput. It was replaced with the one with the large window. Now our zone 2 HH heat exchangers cycle on and off and sometimes we get 00 on the readout. Coleman says it's radio freq interference from something in our coach. I read a thread somewhere that pointed to a module in the bedroom AC unit. When they replaced it, their problem with the heat pump and 00 was solved.
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Janet and Todd, Thanks for the info. The 00 situation almost always starts with the bedroom AC so maybe that module is the problem. I will talk to the RV repairman tomorrow.

He is cutting a hole in the bottom of the coach in order to get to a leak in the Hydrohot. Seems to be a common problem and no, there was no access hole covered over under there. He loves the way the Hydrohot was "thrown in" by WRV. But, thanks to this forum he has been able to proceed with fixing it. He said he appreciated the way people on this forum had taken the time to document and take pictures and share how to repair it. I printed off all the posts I could find on the subject and had them ready for him when he arrived.

I need to let you know that Chuck passed away in June 2014 and I have been "winging it" alone since then. I would like to change my sign on/profile to only my name but can't figure out how to do it. I really don't want to create a new signon. Can someone tell me how to change the Chuck and Marca login or do I simply need to create a new one? I know it is creating confusion for people seeing his name on the posts.
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I am sorry for your loss, Marca. Janet contacted admin and had my name added awhile ago so I know it can be done. Regarding the HH leak. Most of the floorboard in our tank bay has dissolved. We had to pull the tanks to fix it so while they were out we changed out the plastic fittings with new brass fittings. This 00 and cycling on the thermostat is a real pain to pinpoint. Safe travels.
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Sorry to hear of your loss. Regarding the interference with 00 and shutting down. I have not experienced any problems with the new thermostat. Good luck with your replacement thermostat.
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Old 04-27-2016, 12:47 AM   #21
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Even though it seems to be a simple swap, I would appreciate anyone posting photos of the old and new style thermostats, as well a a shot of the wiring connector on the back. Since I currently have a Dometic 'stat, and Mr. Murphy is always hounding me, I may need to replace mine in the near future.
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The Dometic stat works with Dometic AC. The RV Comfort.ZC thermostat works with Coleman AC. They are not interchangeable.
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Old 05-02-2016, 11:49 AM   #23
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Jim - I was following Marca's posts (our Hydro-Hot is leaking) and saw this. You haven't posted where you got yours - our same problem has not returned since our rear AC was replaced last summer (for the 2nd time) but I would like to get the replacement control to have when it does go out.

We are thinking of replacing the Hydro-Hot with the Oasis and I am back on IRV2 for the first time since our engine was rebuilt last year!!!

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