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Old 05-24-2015, 07:02 PM   #11
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Our dealer fixed ours, under warranty.

We have a 360 with bath and a half, the half is the first vent south of the furnace.
MOST if not all the air was going in the, hot, hot.
bedroom and main bath COLD.

All they did was replace the vent with an adjustable one (we keep it almost closed) in the half bath.
And a small piece of metal sticking down in the duct at the bedroom vent which directs some of the air UP before it gets to the rear bath.

2012 Georgetown 360
SHE wanted "a new motorhome"
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Old 05-27-2015, 07:37 AM   #12
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I've thought about blocking one or both of the rear floor vents in the bedroom to see if that forces more air into the bath and bunk room. If it does then a adjustable vent or two would help. If it doesn't then I would assume maybe there is a blockage someplace. We need to bring it in eventually for warranty work to get a
Seatbelt installed that the factory missed. And to replace the rear most sliding pocket door(severely warped). If I can't figure it out by then I will ask the dealership to take a crack at it. Thanks again for the feedback and advice guys.

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