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Old 02-02-2008, 04:33 PM   #1
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I was loading our supplies into the SeaBreeze this afternoon and fiddling with stuff to see how it worked. I had turned on the heat in the lounge area to about 65 and then turned on furnace in the bedroom. I got air flow from all of the vents as long as the front thermostat was calling for it. The rear didn't seems to do anything. Is it just for the A/C? If it is, why have a 'furnace' setting on the control?
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I was loading our supplies into the SeaBreeze this afternoon and fiddling with stuff to see how it worked. I had turned on the heat in the lounge area to about 65 and then turned on furnace in the bedroom. I got air flow from all of the vents as long as the front thermostat was calling for it. The rear didn't seems to do anything. Is it just for the A/C? If it is, why have a 'furnace' setting on the control?
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On my Sea View the back is just for the rear air. As for having the furnace setting on it, look at as a spare if the front one goes bad.
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Old 02-03-2008, 03:29 AM   #4
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Will check mine out this AM and let you know the results.
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Yes the rear is just for the rear ac. The front for furnace runs the whole house.
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Checked mine out and the rear thermostat will only work for air conditioner. Is ok with me.
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Thanks everyone for clearing this up. I'm sure I'll have plenty more questions for you when we are able to de-winterize and do some camping.
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