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Old 09-28-2013, 01:28 PM   #1
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Radiant floor heat

The tile floor heat in my 2006 Intrigue is not working. I have power to the thermostat but no heat to the floor.
Can anyone direct me to a trouble shooting guide or offer suggestions?
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:04 PM   #2
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I'll be watching for the responses since only one of my floor heat sections seems to work. I also have power to the two T-stats, I can hear both of them click when calling for heat, they display the temp but I only get heat from the floor near the rear of the coach. Nothing in the front. I figured the heat wires/strips under the floor have failed.
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there should be a couple of wires where they come from thermostat to where they enter the floor under the tile. This will require some real hard looking as where they would be located maybe concealed by cabinets, walls or trim.
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:33 AM   #4
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If the heat matt that is under the tile goes bad the only fix is to remove the tile put in a new section of heat matt. You can disconect it at the stat and test it with a ohm meeter it it is open then its bad.
Mine do not work but going thru all that is not somthing I want to do. I don't miss it that much.
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If the heat matt that is under the tile goes bad the only fix is to remove the tile put in a new section of heat matt. You can disconect it at the stat and test it with a ohm meeter it it is open then its bad.
Mine do not work but going thru all that is not somthing I want to do. I don't miss it that much.
I agree. I figured the heating wires/mat, whatever it is under the tile is shot. I am not pulling up the floor to fix it. It was not a big deal to us.
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