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Old 03-28-2014, 12:56 PM   #1
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Unhappy 1996 Allegro Bay rear bedRoom heater

I have a 1996 32' Allegro Bay and I don't know how to light the back bedroom heater. Please help. I do not have the owners manual.
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Is it a propane furnace?
If so, do you have a t-stat on the wall for it? Do you know the model of the furnace or have you looked at it at all?
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On our 87 Rockwood the rear (bedroom) heater is heated by the engine (hot water) and only heats while driving. We have a separate outlet from our main furnace to keep the bedroom warm.
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rear heater

the real heater has automatic ignition on it ,just rise on the thermostat in a sec or 2 the fan should come on .
it is operated from the ac unit
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