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Old 02-16-2022, 05:25 AM   #15
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I tried to get Micro-Air to get onto the forum but the forum admin frowned upon it because they were not coming on as RVers. I do understand that position. This is not a vendors platform.

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That’s weird……because in other threads I have seen the CEO of Freightliner and the CEO of National Indoor RV Center BOTH reply to a post.

I think it is very much appreciated when companies read and reply to the forums here on IRV2
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But that is for advertising….. I believe vendors should give tech support to anyone that is posting …that is just “people helping people”
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I don't know if they tried to go that route. I'll pass this along. Thanks.
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Has anyone had any experience with the Micro-Air model 355?? Appears to be the replacement for the Coleman rvcomfort multi zone 5 button t-stat used in many Winnebago Tours and Ellipses. The OEM t-stat is no longer in production.

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Has anyone had any experience with the Micro-Air model 355?? Appears to be the replacement for the Coleman rvcomfort multi zone 5 button t-stat used in many Winnebago Tours and Ellipses. The OEM t-stat is no longer in production.

Thanks for any words of wisdom ...
I think you need the 354. This is the one I have. I believe the 355 is for basement air.

I have the 354 and I like it very much. I changed one of my 3 roof units to zone 3 in the unit control box.

This rig comes from the factory with 2 zones. The sensors are located in the bedroom and under the monitor/control center next to the kitchen sink.
The 354 has an internal sensor. This controls zone 3. I have made the middle unit zone 3.
With this said, the 354 does a great job running 3 zones. Each is independent for most of the functions. For example, if you are in a high humidity situation, as in winter, you can run one unit in the cooling mode thus using it as a dehumidifier.
Other features include remote control via your wifi network, bluetooth control for in-house remote control and an "Away" mode that sets a range of high/low temperature points.
This selection guide will help you choose the correct model for your rig: https://www.micro-air.com/tools/easy...orV3/step1.cfm
Customer support is top notch. When in doubt give them a call.
I just used this tool for your coach and it came up with the 352c. I suggest you verify the model before you purchase.
Like most things, it is not perfect but compered to the ZC it is just that for me.
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Thanks Rick - had previously used the selection guide to arrive at the model 355 choice. What other info led to your recommendation for the 354 or 352c?
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Thanks Rick - had previously used the selection guide to arrive at the model 355 choice. What other info led to your recommendation for the 354 or 352c?
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Did you go to their website and answer their questionnaire?

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Yes - that's the 'selection guide' we previously posted about. Haven't found a post yet on anybody installing or using model 355. Jerichorik has recommended another model - ensuring I'm not missing something ('cause he's pretty smart at this business)...
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Thanks Rick - had previously used the selection guide to arrive at the model 355 choice. What other info led to your recommendation for the 354 or 352c?
May be bad assumptions and I used the 2015 Tour and ZC thermostat.


What model Colman T-stat do you have? Does it have a plug or are the wires plugged into the terminals on the circuit board? Posting the model #, found on the back of the unit, would help. But, if you go that far, save some time and call the tech support group at Micro-Air. They will inform you in an instant.
Looking forward to what they give for a model.

I had some installing issues when I first got the 354. Roger, their senior engineer, helped me get things working correctly. Supper guy.
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