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Old 12-03-2015, 10:22 AM   #15
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For the heat pump to work they recommend the outside temp. be no lower than 44 degrees. I have run it down to about 38 however that was low humidity. In high humidity it will shut down at lower temps. My coach is a 2002 so if one system isn't working I have to go to the other (Hurricane Heater for furnace and AC/heat pump)
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Old 12-03-2015, 10:31 AM   #16
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When I turned the thermostat to "Furnace" I got nuttin! The Aqua Hot was up and running and cycling, I just couldn't get the furnace fan to run! That's when I tried the roof heat pump but only got the rear to work! And then there was the floor heat I wish the controls for that was a simple "On" "Off" "Temp Setting" instead of feeling like I need a computer science background to operate it!

I've lived in California for the past 60 years so I don't use heating systems very much
ok, i gotcha what you meant.
1) did you turn "central heat control" and "interior heat exchange" on? these two must be in on position.
2) did you turn the volume knobs for these two to not-off, ie low, mid or high? these two knobs really control the fan speed.
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Old 12-04-2015, 12:03 PM   #17
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ok, i gotcha what you meant.
1) did you turn "central heat control" and "interior heat exchange" on? these two must be in on position.
2) did you turn the volume knobs for these two to not-off, ie low, mid or high? these two knobs really control the fan speed.
I know not of what you type??? I believe my T-Stat controls everything? In the past (12) months of ownership, when I wanted heat, I would turn the T-Stat on, scroll to "Furnace" and set the temp and it would turn on! I'm picking it up tomorrow in Barstow (after my $815 Doctor visit to replace the alternator) and will go thru the motions of requesting heat from the furnace and report back. Thanks for the input!
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Ok to bring this to a close when I went out and started the coach today it was 48 degrees and both my roof airs fired up on heat to provide electric heat so. Yes it does know what the temp difference is so it asks for gas when the span gets to a point that electric can't off set enough. Thanks
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