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Old 11-14-2014, 08:00 AM   #29
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[QUOTE=mchero;2309249]My setup the sensors are connected directly to the boards in the return air duct work.

Did you relocate your sensors or were they delivered that way on your coach?

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Old 11-14-2014, 09:48 AM   #30
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Our 07 has the sensors in the original locations. Zone one on the curbside kitchen cabinet, forward facing on the end kitchen cabinet. Walking into the master bedroom the bathroom vanity is on the right on the full slide and the toilet Olympic size shower on the left. The bathroom wall curves around to the curbside wall,. The sensor is on that wall just above the bedroom slide switch.

This last weekend we stayed at a State Beach with 50amp service, Kept the heat pumps running. Did a good job down to about 33 34 deg and then the furnaces take over.

My two roof AC/heat pump units did not have the heat strips installed. I located plug & play units at $40/pop. I also carry two ceramic electric heaters. Also run a 60w bulb in the forward furnace heated basement.

My thermostat can handle up to 4 AC/Heat pumps if it "sees" then when powered up. The control boards on each AC has two jumpers Zone 1 thru 4 and AC or AC/Heat Pumps. Also has a temp sensor plug, heat as well as a "sense" wire between the AC's and the thermostat. The control board bust be powered up when that thermostat is powered up.

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