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Old 10-20-2006, 08:36 PM   #1
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98 Alpine 36FDS Aux defrost only blows cold air on high or low. Any suggestions?
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2TALK42, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad you have found and joined us here. I can only suggest that you check the small vaccumm pump that is ran by 12 volts up in the front end of the coach somewhere. It is used to control the damper. You may want to check in the Alpine Owners section of this forum further down the page. Good luck and enjoy the site.
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What is your "Aux defrost"? Most coaches I am aware of use the term to refer to small electric fans that are to circulate air over the windshield.
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