We were discussing why some units come with both a analog and a digital thermostat on another thread (no good answers but lots of guesses
(FYI, in our unit the analog thermostat controls the Living room A/C and the Digital thermostat the Bedroom A/C and ther propane furnace)
I agree with others and want to replace the analog one with a digital (and suspect it is just going to be a bolt-on replacement) but this lead me to wonder...
Why in te HECK do we have 2 thermostats in the first place?
(this is our first 50AMP Rig with 2 A/C, so I am theorizing it is in case we hook up 30AMP and can only run 1 A/C (the living room I assume?)
Still, this is 2013 for gosh sakes, seems to me we could have one integrated controller (to rule them all
) instead of this analog-digital kludge.
Anyone care to educate me (and, if you have a solution for a integrated controller or digital replacement for the analog thermostat, please share!)