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Old 09-07-2011, 08:20 PM   #1
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I recently bought a 2011 Crusader camper and trying to figure out how the heating and air works. Its a Dometic thermostat and when the furnance is on it seems the air is also working.
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Old 09-07-2011, 08:46 PM   #2
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Congrats on your new Crusader!

Which model did you get?

Dometic Digital Thermostat Operation
Use the On/Off Mode button to select FAN. Then use the +/- button to select either Hi, Lo or Auto. When the fan is in the Hi or Lo setting it will run continuously while the compressor will cycle on and off. In the Auto mode the fan will cycle on and off as well.
If the fan is set on Hi or Lo while using the furnace, the AC fan will run continuously, so be sure to set the fan on Auto when using the furnace. You can, however, leave the AC fan running while using the furnace to help with condensation problems.

Use the On/Off Mode button to select COOL. Use the +/- button to select the thermostat temperature setting. (same procedures for the furnace)

When in the Auto mode for the AC the fan will run on high when the room temperature is 5 or higher than the thermostat setting. When the room temperature drops to within 4 or less than the thermostat setting, the fan will stop for a few seconds the start again in the Lo mode.

Hope this helps.
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