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Old 07-21-2021, 09:03 AM   #1
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35K : no heat to bedroom or rear bathroom

Hi, it was working ok night before last, but last night, no heat to the bedroom (under bed) and rear bathroom heat outlets (propane system).

There is heat to the mid-bathroom.

I am assuming a duct has fallen off.

I think I can see the T under the bed that connects the rear bathroom to the bedroom, but I can't see how the duct gets from the mid-bathroom to the bedroom.

The only access point is the vacuflush metal cover, but I am not 100% sure it is behind there and my square bits are at home (we're on the road, note to self)

I also emailed Fleetwood to see if they had a diagram.

This is pretty 35K specific, so....
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I got a duct diagram from Fleetwood. Those two outlets are on one (of 5) outlets from the furnace. I removed the trim panel under the draws and they all seem to be installed snugly.

I guess I'll have to wait until I get home and run a borescope camera down it. The duct runs under the fridge, then in the wall/runway in the mid-bathroom and then to the bedroom.
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We have a similar issue with the duct to our mid cabin bathroom.
The duct runs under the floor from the passenger side to the driver side.
I tried to run a fish line through the duct and have determined that it is kinked, or completely plugged, and not accessible.
We have been able to manage, but just want to thank Fleetwood for some sloppy workmanship during construction.
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