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Old 02-19-2019, 09:02 PM   #1
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2650cdws new owner issues questions

Hello to all, we finally had a chance to get the coach out for the first time this past weekend since we bought it last month.

We boondock 1 night on a walmart parking lot and it was frigid. -20C temp

1. The voltmeter display stopped working after several tries to start the generator, ithe generator did run by the way and the voltmeter was working before it started.

2. Since it was really cold that night, the furnace is trying to keep up with it. It wasn’t comfortably warm but it wasnt too cold either, i guess it was chilly.
One thing I noticed the furnace “light” on the thermostat wasnt lit when I pressed it but I’m sure the furnace did run. I also noticed the furnace will cycle on/off while the fan was still running for several times during the night, normal?

3. On the thermostat, how does the timer works?

4. Noticed a peel on the rear compartment, I guess we missed this during walk-through and I dont think it was water intrusion.

I did contact the dealer we bought it from and just trying to get some knowledge from anyone before we bring it.

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Old 02-19-2019, 09:50 PM   #2
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T-stat needs to be on auto of the fan will run continues.
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T-stat needs to be on auto of the fan will run continues.
It was on auto, fan/blower runs all night, -20C temp outside
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Old 02-21-2019, 09:24 AM   #4
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Dealer will fix the voltmeter display.

Our coach doesn’t have heat pump so when switched to heat furnace will work.

Still dont know how the timer works.

Dealer will fix the peel on the compartment and told them to reseal because there were snow/slush accumulated during driving in the snow.
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Still dont know how the timer works
And dont know what the “dry” mode is

Anyone?
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Dry mode may be for dehumidification?
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Still dont know how the timer works
And dont know what the dry mode is

Anyone?
Dry mode may be for dehumidification?
Can you set % humidity?
Does the owner's manual mention it?

We attempt to keep our humidity in the 50% range for comfort and to reduce indoor moisture damage. We monitor the temperature and humidity with a separate device.
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