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Old 09-12-2016, 10:00 AM   #1
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My '05 Bounder has no furnace vent in the bedroom...really?

I just discovered that our Bounder doesn't have a furnace vent in the bedroom. It's got A/C-heat pump vents on the ceiling, but the propane furnace vents stop at the bathroom. There is something that looks like a vent under the bedroom vanity, but on further inspection, it has only the electrical transfer switch behind it. There is no indication that it could have been hooked to a vent from anywhere.

Is there anyone else with a Bounder of this vintage (2005 32W) that could check to see if yours is this way too? My first thought is that the vent had come off or the factory took a shortcut, but there doesn't seem to be any way it could have been hooked up! It seems like a pretty serious lapse.


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Fleetwood may be able to email you your furnace schematic. I had them do it for my 08.


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Old 09-12-2016, 02:14 PM   #3
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We have a 2005 Bounder 33R and it has the same arrangement. There is a double round furnace vent in the wall ahead of the closet across from the bath. It blows into the bedroom if you leave the partition open (which we always do). We are rarely in a situation where we need the furnace, so we use the heat pumps for both AC and heat. The furnace is pretty powerful and tends to overheat the bedroom. It's great in the morning, however, when you want a fast warm-up.
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Our 2004 flair has the same setup with the 2 vents pointing back
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