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Old 09-10-2010, 11:44 AM   #1
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Intellitec Electronic Climate Control

I'm having trouble with my heating/air conditioning. Does anyone know if you can switch out the ECC (thermastat) with one of the digital types i've read about. I have 2 heaters and 2 air conditioners controlled my a Master Controller. Thanks for any advice. tbottle
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Welcome to, tbottle!

This is do-able, but you will lose the load control capability the ECC provides. Maybe the guide starting on p9 of this manual will be able to help you troubleshoot and fix the problem instead.

To find out how other people have done it, search for "hunter rv thermostat replacement", there are several articles on the 'net from people who have done the conversion from analog to digital thermostats. Of course, you will have to relocate the wiring and put a t-stat for the second A/C and heater into the area of the RV that they feed into.

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Thanks for info Stewart I had already used the manual you pointed to and have been trouble shooting the problem. I was thinking my thermastat was bad and I did not want to spend $180.00 on new thermastat. It looks like i will have to though if I don't want to lose load control. Thanks again for your input. Tom
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