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Old 10-24-2014, 08:05 AM   #1
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Question Incorrect Furnace on Seabreeze 1321

I have a 2005 Seabreeze 1321 that has a 20,000 btu furnace that I believe is factory installed. The NatRV specs for this model calls for a 35,000 btu furnace. I am curious as to what furnace is installed in identical models.

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I have a 2005 Seabreeze 1321 that has a 20,000 btu furnace that I believe is factory installed. The NatRV specs for this model calls for a 35,000 btu furnace. I am curious as to what furnace is installed in identical models.

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Sorry I can't help. I would recommend you edit your subject title to include Seabreeze. Could help getting more model/brand specific help.
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You are right. Thanks!
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There may be a list of accessories installed on your unit in the bedroom closet. Our Dolphin has the list glued to the side wall.

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In the 2005 Sea Breeze brochure, it says that your 1321 should have a 35000 btu furnace.

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That is what I said in first post. What I am looking for is: What furnace do other '05 Breeze 1321 owners have? Thanks for interest. JC
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The good people at Atwood advised to replace motor and orifice and it would be the 35,000btu furnace. I ordered the parts today and it should be an easy? fix as I can access the unit from inside and outside the coach. Jerry
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Jerry, that sounds like a great solution, and a simple fix.

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Fred, The new orifice will be here today. My concern now is: The new motor is longer than the old one and as of now, I am not sure the housing will fit correctly over the fan. We shall see. Jerry
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Don't even think about it

I requested advice from Atwood again today, as I began to doubt this would work. It is a good thing I did, as the tech that replied pointed out the different parts I would actually need to replace was about everything inside the housing. I am really burned up about the advice from the first (tech?). Bottom line: don't even think about it. Now I have the new 8835 motor and orifice I can't use.
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