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Old 09-09-2017, 05:25 PM   #1
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2001 Affinity Country Coach Air Condition

We've only owned our 2001 Country Coach Affinity for 4 months and the other day I was replacing the gasket in the slide out in the bedroom. When I was all finished I moved the coach back into the shed and plugged it in and when I did that I realized that there is now air conditioning coming from under a the bed. Is this possible?? Is there even a switch and if so where is it located or am I crazy?!?
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Old 09-09-2017, 07:25 PM   #2
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On mine there is a switch in the bedroom that says rear air. It runs a fan and is used when using the chassis ac then the rear of the coach get some ac. You likely bumped the switch. On mine after a trip and ignition is off i can hear the fan.
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You have a row of switches in the bedroom, and one of them is for the fan--low/off/hi. When the engine is running and the dash AC is on, you will get air conditioning in the bedroom. That is the CC OTR AC.
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Bobhoy - For the first 1 1/2 years i did not know I had a second OTR AC in the back of the coach. A service guy left it on and I then figured it out. The switches are on my wife's side of the bed so I did not look at them all that close.
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We've only owned our 2001 Country Coach Affinity for 4 months and the other day I was replacing the gasket in the slide out in the bedroom. When I was all finished I moved the coach back into the shed and plugged it in and when I did that I realized that there is now air conditioning coming from under a the bed. Is this possible?? Is there even a switch and if so where is it located or am I crazy?!?
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My rear OTR fan switch is on the passenger side bed table with a bunch of other switches.

Our rear OTR will only cool with the engine running and the dash AC running.
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Yep, I have it in my rig. I guess they figure the ISX heats up the bedroom so you can turn it on and cool the bedroom before you stop for a break or the day. I've never used it, but it's there if I want.
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