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Old 11-28-2021, 07:12 PM   #1
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Thermostat Upgrade

My 2022 ORV 22FQS Titanium came with a Coleman-Mach analog thermostat.
The minimum temperature set for heat is 55 degrees. I would like to get a digital thermostat that I could set just above freezing so that in case of a cold snap I could have the heat turn on to protect my piping. Any recommendations?
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Old 11-28-2021, 07:17 PM   #2
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Our 22FQS came with the same analog thermostat.

We upgraded to the digital version of the same thermostat. The heater now turns on 1 degree below set point and turns off 1 degree above point.

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I did the same upgrade to our '19 23DBS when we first got it. The unit Passin Thru2 linked to is a wire for wire swap and fits in the same wall mounting holes as the analog model. Performance is much better than the analog and is a very worthwhile upgrade.
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I also had the same analog thermostat that came with my '22 FQS Titanium. Per the ORV brochure, should of had a digital thermostat. Had my dealer contact ORV about the change, No luck, I got what I got due to supply issues.

I also upgraded to what I thought should of been installed by ORV Titanium model, Coleman Mach Digital AC HC Black 8330-3862.

When I removed the analog unit, I really didn't care for the mounting method used, 2 screws through the thin veneer. So I glued some additional wood behind the veneer and drilled starter holes in the same location to mount the new thermostat. No issues on the wiring, but one wire was of a different color.
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OT a little but the new 2020 ORV 22FQS Mountain series now come with flush windows not Hehr sliders. Supply chain issue per apache sales guy. Nice upgrade IMO.

I suppose it may depend on supply at the time as to which ones are affected.
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I understand the supply chain factors going on. I also would of appreciated an upgrade or change out of the same level of item, but surely didn't appreciate the down grade of the item I was faced with.
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We've been very happy with the Micro-Air EasyTouch thermostat. Easy upgrade. Several YouTube videos, including my installation .... https://youtu.be/0TxgjUTPz1c
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