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Old 03-24-2015, 08:45 AM   #1
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A/C and heater thermostat question.

The Coleman A/C thermostats that came in our '14 Itasca are just short of impossible to read without grabbing a flashlight to see the digital display and they are not programable for changing the temperature. Are there any s&b house type that lights up and an be programed for different times that can be used in an RV.
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Old 03-24-2015, 11:11 AM   #2
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Might try this....

Mod #100: Honeywell, Dometic and Suburban Digitial Thermostat Install | ModMyRV

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Yes there are but there is another option that might work... Additional indirect or direc lighting

A small "LED" map light or accent light mounted so it shines on the thing with a push button ON (off) switch (Spring return to off).
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Thanks much for the responses. May go the route of the Honeywell as that is the same thermostat I have in the S&B and rigging a light would be difficust on the wall where it's located.
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