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Old 10-22-2012, 01:17 PM   #1
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What is this??

Hello, I recently purchase 05 Discovery and notice this sensor of some kind in the kitchen area and the bedroom. Can anyone shed some light on what it is and what it does? Thank you.
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Old 10-22-2012, 01:19 PM   #2
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I think it monitors the temp.
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for a/c-heat for the thermostat
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That's what it is and they usually put them in the places where it doesn't do the proper job of sensing the correct temps.

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Thank you everyone for the information!
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That's what it is and they usually put them in the places where it doesn't do the proper job of sensing the correct temps.

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Yep. Like our LR/Kit sensor that's right across from a HUGE picture window that gets all the heat transfer when the sun is on that side - even when the night shade is down. Took me the better part of the 1st camping season to figure out how to not to turn the front part of the coach into an icebox (i.e. set A/C 1 to 85 to 88-degrees & it'll keep the front at about 74-degrees).

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