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Old 03-30-2013, 12:37 PM   #1
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have a new 3050s need the model and serial numbers on the a/c and heater. does anyone have an idear on where to find these items a/c is a dometic and heater is a suburban happy easter
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Old 03-30-2013, 12:54 PM   #2
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have a new 3050s need the model and serial numbers on the a/c and heater. does anyone have an idear on where to find these items a/c is a dometic and heater is a suburban happy easter
we Recived paperwork with our new unit when we picked it up at the dealers that had all that info listed.

You might check with your dealer or go back though all the paperwork you got.

If that doesn't doesn't work, check with factory.
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Old 03-30-2013, 02:13 PM   #3
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For the AC if you remove the interior filter grill piece you should see a plate with the info.
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:56 PM   #4
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When we got our 2860 in Jan we did not get the A/C manual. Did not know this until I started going through all the user manuals. For my 2860 I just got on the roof and looked through the A/C cover and got the product and serial number. I then called the RVDirect folks in Des Moines and they got me one. Great folks to work with.
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You should have gotten a spec sheet from your dealer with all appliances model numbers and serial numbers.
I did with my last two campers.


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You should have gotten a spec sheet from your dealer with all appliances model numbers and serial numbers.
I did with my last two campers.

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I didn't get or see anything like this with mine...
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I didn't get or see anything like this with mine...
Just got out my spec sheet and it lists every appliance .
Model and serial number.
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Take filter off of air conditioner and you should be able to see the serial Number tag. Not sure on heater.
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