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Old 05-11-2015, 05:52 PM   #1
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Simple questions: AC & Water Heater

So I had an OLD hybrid and had to light the water heater, my 2006 255DS has a switch, do I need to do anything other than turn the switch on? (I do know about the bypass and making sure water is in the tank).

On to the AC - I can turn it on and off and adjust with the thermostat, but the cold air only comes out of the AC unit. I see vents all over the ceiling and they are not producing cold air. Is there something I need to switch to get them working?

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Old 05-11-2015, 05:54 PM   #2
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Water heater "turn on switch" done.
Do you have a gas/ electric water heater?
If so you'll have a switch for electric and a switch for propane.

A/c- shut off quick cool vent on a/c.
The quick cool dump vent is used to cool down the main living area quicker.

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Old 05-11-2015, 06:01 PM   #3
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Water heater "turn on switch" done.
Do you have a gas/ electric water heater?
If so you'll have a switch for gas and a switch for propane.

A/c- shut off quick cool vent on a/c.
The quick cool dump vent is used to cool down the main living area quicker.

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Just to clarify a little, look at the AC on the ceiling, there is a 'slide" somewhere on there and all your AC is probably coming out of that spot. Slide it over and that will close that vent and force the air to come out of the ducted vents you are seeing in the ceiling.
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Water heater "turn on switch" done.
Do you have a gas/ electric water heater?
If so you'll have a switch for gas and a switch for propane.

A/c- shut off quick cool vent on a/c.
The quick cool dump vent is used to cool down the main living area quicker.

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"Gas and propane"?

Do you mean like Coleman fuel?
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"Gas and propane"?

Do you mean like Coleman fuel?
Lol opps! I'll edit it

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My water heater is propane gas.

Thanks for the replies, gives me peace of mind that all is well.
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