Now I'll be the first to acknowledge that I haven't completely read the tub full of manuals that came with our recent purchase. Somethings, however should be intuitive, like the overhead fan in the kitchen/dining area. Crank open cover, turn on, watch all those pretty little blades spin around. Not so with mine.
After looking at the fuse located on the fan, checking for another fuse and turning it on and off a thousand times I gave up on it until I had a little more time. In discussing the fan with my nephew he advised his fan had a thermostat. What??? Why a thermostat. And where. His apparently is located on the fan near the fuse. Not on mine. He comes over to check out the new toy and see this mechanical thermostat located above the fancy Dometic digital. He asks about it and I suggest it for the furnace. He disagrees and says it's for the fan. Yeah sure I say. He puts the thermostat on 70 and promptly turns on the fan and it starts spinning away. I guess that's the next manual I'll read followed by the Dometic manual.
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