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Old 09-22-2019, 11:49 AM   #1
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Replace Atwood 38535 2H2C thermostat?

Greetings again all!


The thermostat in our '07 30RKE isn't doing so well. The hysteresis (A/C temp above/below set temp) gap seems to be widening.


I would rather not replace it with the same model thermostat and would like to try a residential model with wifi access. I've been looking around, but can only find 24v models.


Has anyone replaced their two-stage Atwood with a residential model successfully?


Thanks!
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Residential thermostat are 24 volts and RV are 12 volts
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Residential thermostat are 24 volts and RV are 12 volts

Thanks for the reply!



I know that most are, but successfully installed a 12v Honeywell in a previous camper. That camper didn't have the two-stage AC & furnace in it. This one does, so I'm looking for a 2H2C residential thermostat that can operate on 12v.
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