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Old 10-20-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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Bay Heat

Hello,

We just purchased a 1999 40' Allure. We returned to NC from FL today....we are expecting near freezing temps by the weekend.

I don't want to winterized just yet....can any one tell me if the bays receive any heat from the furnace?

Thanks,

Larry and Tina
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Old 10-21-2013, 01:44 AM   #2
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Not sure what unit you have but in my 2008 Allure I have a fan unit in the tank bay and a thermostat control, its hidden behind the door access on the left.
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Not sure what unit you have but in my 2008 Allure I have a fan unit in the tank bay and a thermostat control, its hidden behind the door access on the left.
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Are you sure it has a fan? In my discussion with tech support at CC (Greg) troubleshooting why my heat exchanger fuse was blowing, he advised there was a heat exchanger (little radiator only) in the wet bay with no fan.

Also, I notice there are only three circulating pumps on my AH unit; one for Zone 1 (front of coach), one for Zone 3 (rear of coach) and a third for the engine heat. Is the wet bay exchanger linked to one of those zone pumps and if so, which one.
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Are you sure it has a fan? In my discussion with tech support at CC (Greg) troubleshooting why my heat exchanger fuse was blowing, he advised there was a heat exchanger (little radiator only) in the wet bay with no fan.

Also, I notice there are only three circulating pumps on my AH unit; one for Zone 1 (front of coach), one for Zone 3 (rear of coach) and a third for the engine heat. Is the wet bay exchanger linked to one of those zone pumps and if so, which one.
I do not know which pump but if you go to Roger Berkes site there is a thread on the forum about it, unfortunately I am in Portugal at the moment and Roger has his firewall rejecting all sorts of non US IP addresses so I cannot get on it until I get back. You may be right and it is just an exchanger and no fan, I will have a look next tomorrow and let you know.
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