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Old 09-25-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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Camelot heater

We have a 2006 Camelot. The heater in the cab is digital. We have to turn it up to 90 degrees for heat to come out. If we turn it down to 70 we get cool air. Took it in several times and they always tell us that the digital never works. Does anyone else have this problem?
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:15 PM   #2
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Dash Heater

I have an 06 Camelot and the dash heater seems to take a long time before putting out any heat. Once the heat starts then I can turn it down to a reasonable temperature. You have to think - the hot water that produces the heat has to come from the engine - could be 40+ feet of hose.

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I too have the Digital Heat/AC control for the cabin hvac on our 2006 Camelot. Likewise in order to get heat must set it to at least 80 degrees and it takes what seems like forever before it puts out heat. Same with the AC side, have to crank it down to 60 or 65 to get it to cool down. It also takes a long time to start cooling. It might as well be a toggle switch, one way being hot and the other way being cool.
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