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Old 09-11-2013, 03:51 PM   #1
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Climate control

Ok so I know I have been full of questions lately (newbie), Forest River has been tough to get on the phone so I figured I ask here again

Digital climate control in my Sunseeker 3170ds... when I have it on cool my understanding is I just set the temperature and thats it, I guess I am wrong. I set it to 75 but it just runs and runs and runs. Getting well below 75 in the coach.

Am I missing something?
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If its a dometic thermostat, cycle thru to fan, then pick auto.
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It is a dometic, do I leave it on "cool" or "fan"... fan is set to auto
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Once you have the fan set to Auto, put it back on Cool and set your temp.
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Should be on cool after you select auto on the fan function. Kinda confusing and I haven't heard of a dealer yet that explained the way it works exactly.

So cycle thru until the fan weren't is lit up and select auto. Then cycle back to AC and set your temp. That should work.
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Is one of the buttons on your thermostat labeled "Zone"?

Does your unit have more than one AC unit?
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That's what I figured. Simple climate control operation. But the climate control just runs and runs
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