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Old 12-27-2012, 05:50 PM   #1
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Serrano rear heat ducts

Serrano has a known problem with ducting to the bath and bedroom that happened on some units. Glue from adding the floor dripped down into the air duct run and blocked it off.

Has anyone had this repair that can give me incite from your experience?
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We HAD a 2011 31V. The rear heating duct was very poorly attached to the main outlet vent. Not sure what you have, but if you have the closet and lower drawers (on the driver side), just across from the bathroom, prior to entering the bedroom, try pulling out a drawer and look back in there to see if the flex ducting is still connected.

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We HAD a 2011 31V. The rear heating duct was very poorly attached to the main outlet vent. Not sure what you have, but if you have the closet and lower drawers (on the driver side), just across from the bathroom, prior to entering the bedroom, try pulling out a drawer and look back in there to see if the flex ducting is still connected.

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Thanks for that.
We have the 31X and almost all ducting to the rear is under the floor (I think). Will be stopping at Thor in May.
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