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Old 02-17-2015, 06:52 PM   #1
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Heating ducts

I am trying to figure out the heat vents in our 2002 minnie winnie 430v. There is one floor vent in bedroom and one in bathroom. There is a third one next to rear dinning booth. There is a round directable vent in bottom of same booth which also houses a 16 x 8 vertical return grate.There is another directable vent at stairwell. Here's the deal. Gas furnace blows heat out bedroom,bathroom and stairwell. Nothing out of either booth vents. I thought that floor vent might be either heat pump or chassis. Looking at heating pdf for that model does not detail. Any ideas? Thanks
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They run flexible duct hose, crushed, pinched or disconnected hoses are pretty common.
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