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Old 07-01-2013, 03:32 PM   #1
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Front heat/ac sensor '04 CC Inspire

This has been posted before and I followed all the posts to locate this sensor. Both my wife and I have searched everywhere in the front of the coach to find it. The one in the bedroom is on the face of the cabinet

Please, if someone out there has an '04 Inspire Genoa please tell me where yours is located.

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Old 07-02-2013, 01:18 AM   #2
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Mine is an 06 and it is under the entertainment center just above the passenger front seat.
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Thanks Stroker, on mine it is not there. Maybe the '04's didn't get one? If that is the case then how does the #1 zone know when to come on and off. Zone 2 sensor is clearly mounted on the surface of the left cabinet in the bedroom.

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Tom, sorry I dont have a CC but if you have a Dometic T stat....your Zone 1 sensor is most likely your T stat
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Aha! Now that makes sense to me! The thermostat is a RV-Comfort2G and has quite a few slits in it so it must be acting as the sensor as you suggested. The system does cycle but I never could find a sensor like other CC have.

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Old 07-02-2013, 12:10 PM   #6
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Thanks Doc and all of you that jumped in to help. It is appreciated very much.

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Now in Breckenridge CO and not home in AZ in the heat.
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