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Old 12-02-2020, 10:43 AM   #1
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Floor switch

Anybody know where the switch is to turn on the heated floors in a alkegro bus 40AP?
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Depending on the year, the breakers for the heaters could be located in the bedroom closet mounted on the electric cabinet. Ours are controlled by the Spyder system and can be turned on and off along with temp setting from the main Spyder panel in the hallway.
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If you can post the year of your Bus it will help diagnose since there have been changes over the years. Also, creating a signature line that shows up under each post with your RV information will let members know what you are asking about.
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On my 2016 AP they are on the Spyder panel in the bathroom wall.
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In our 2016 Allegro Bus 40AP the floor heat is on the bathroom spyder panel. It is at the bottom. To turn each of the two areas on, you use their power 'button', then you can adjust the temperature with the button below the power 'button'.
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