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Old 01-02-2011, 08:37 AM   #1
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Replacement of slide type thermostats

My 2004 PA has the slide type thermostats and I would like to replace them with digital thermostats.

Has anyone done this and if so what thermostats were used and how much work was required to wire the new units?
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Here is an article about doing it RV Digital Thermostat Upgrade | ModMyRV
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Thanks that is just what I was looking for!!
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If you have a 30A MH with the Shed feature for the two A/Cs you will not be able to directly replace the dual slider thermostat with two digital ones. I guess a 50A MH would not have this issue.
That being said I did do this upgrade in a Travel Trailer, with a single thermostat, I used to have. I just had to add a small toggle switch for the Fan Hi/Low feature. One of the best upgrades I did to the T.T.
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