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Old 05-20-2018, 06:03 PM   #1
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Hi all. Hope this is the right spot to post this question.

The heating vent in the bathroom isn't working and husband is not able to locate the thermostat for this heat area. Any ideas will be appreciated.

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Very close to that. Under the heater switch is a switch for light and fan. Don't have an outlet.
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On ours, the private bath and the shower sink area share the same thermostat. There is a sensor in the shower sink area and, like yours, you need to turn the fan off or on in the private bath area. Hope this may help. Happy Trails bert
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