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Old 01-28-2014, 06:46 PM   #15
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I have worked many years with different types of hydronic heating systems and it is great to read a good explanation of the zones. Thanks Rob, I will save this.
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CS told me the Anthem bedroom floor is heated but there are also ram air tubes there that bring in fresh air to the system so the bedroom floor will often not be as warm as the rest of the coach, especially if the wind is blowing at the back of the coach.

Oneal - can you describe again where the kinks can be seen and straightened or guided?
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Oops. Looks like it wasn't Oneal. Can whoever describe the kinks?
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great thread thx guys
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I have the same situation. Here is a pic I think of the zone 2 sensor in the bedroom.
I believe that picture is actually the audio input sensor(glass breakage) for your security system in the bedroom. Behind the wall this sensor is on, you'll find a wire with an adjustable feature to change the sensitivity. In my coach it's the dryer cabinet and I have to really work to get at the adjustment. Temp sensors are oval, not round.

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The zone 3 sensor is on the wall in the bedroom near the bed on the wall closest to the front of the coach. The sensor for Zone 2 is usually on the floor or near the floor amidships....under the hutch if you have one. I know, as I had mine moved from under the hutch to the hallway side of my hutch...to make it more responsive to getting the temp right using the A/C....which is much more common to my use of the coach. Even the factory had a terrible time finding my Zone 2 sensor buried back underneath my hutch. Don't give up......it really is hard to find.

Lots of people get Zone 2 Electric A/C (center roof heat pump) used for both heating and cooling, with the Zone 2 Gas setting which controls just the in-floor Aqua Hot floor tile heating (whether using just the electric element in the AH, or the burner AH switches.

Zone 2 will always be warmer when you have Basement Heat kicked on.

To get the Floor Warm. Slide the selector button to Heat on thermostat. Flip both the electric and burner switches to on. Using the mode switch, select GAS on thermostat and pump set temperature up to about 90 degrees. You'll feel it in the salon first, but it might take 24 hours or more to see a change.......give it time!

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That looks like the mic for the alarm, the thermostat sensor has a diamond shape and if that's the rear bedroom, on my coach it's higher up on that same wall.
Yeap, I see that now. The zone 2 sensor is on the panel wall facing galley. This is still the warmest spot in the coach but seems like a good compromise. I guess the solution I have been using is to set zone 2 at about 78 to 80 works pretty good.
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