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Old 03-01-2015, 04:22 PM   #1
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Has anyone had a problem regulating AC temperature with RVComfort Thermostat. I just bought a 2014 Ellipse and one of the zones keeps cooling. I set it at 80 and it cools to 66 or below. All three areas cool even if I shut one zone of and that zone is still at 66 when off.
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Old 03-01-2015, 07:47 PM   #2
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When you ask questions it helps to identify the make and model of the RV you have to get a more precise answer.
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This may be a dumb question but are you sure all your zones are set for heat?
It is possible one zone is set for heat and the other is AC. JMHO
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Tony, NOt a dumb question at all. I have played with it in so many combinations, all in different stages of AC. I have tried running 2 zones instead of 3. Even tried just zone one set at 80 and it will drop temp to 66. Seems like whichever zones I rin cool air blows out of all vents. May have to get an expert to check it out
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Again coach brand and model would be a big help. But I do see one thing you mentioned. Are all three AC's running, most RV's vents are hooked together, if one AC is running cool airwill come out of all vents.

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Are your units strictly A/C or Heat Pumps? Makes a difference in heat pump mode if the outside temp. is too low. If you are referring to a gas furnace is the pilot light or igniter working? You could possibly have a duct not completely sealed & leaking warm air when the furnace is running.
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