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Old 03-05-2011, 10:22 AM   #15
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If you can add a vent with the proper materials then I would do that. If the furnace is shutting down that is a pretty clear signal that the overheat switch is doing it's job. That says you are not getting enough airflow so it can't hurt to increase flow.
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2011 Serrano Heat - Bedroom

I had the opposite issue......the one duct provided so much heat,....the bedroom was entirely to hot,....while the kitchen and dinette area was cold. While I was checking the ducting under the wardrobe (remove the drawers) it just popped off (yes, the ducting). Maybe this has happened to yours ?

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I had the opposite issue......the one duct provided so much heat,....the bedroom was entirely to hot,....while the kitchen and dinette area was cold. While I was checking the ducting under the wardrobe (remove the drawers) it just popped off (yes, the ducting). Maybe this has happened to yours ?

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I have a question, do you have a heat duct in the bathroom? We have a Serrano 31V and there is a heat register in the bathroom, but no heat is coming out. Thanks. Dirk
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