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Old 10-15-2014, 05:23 PM   #11
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The rest of the txt is great; I suspect the vent is not connected. The txt is a permanent in a campground, and the dealer we bought from is a couple hours away. I think I will take a look at it myself. Campground shuts down on 11/1 anyway.

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Old 10-15-2014, 05:49 PM   #12
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We have the WIKSS also. We don't get heat out of ours either. I looked at it a while back and the ductwork WAS connected. I think because it's such a small round duct that the air is cooled down before it gets to the vent. (It's only about An inch or inch and a half round duct)
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Old 10-15-2014, 07:14 PM   #13
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deer364, I think you are correct; gauging from where the duct is located there can't be much space for ductwork. Seeing that most of our use is between April and November, we'll make due with a small oil filled heated when needed.
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Old 10-15-2014, 08:09 PM   #14
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True, but I usually rotate the louvres on mine so the air does not fry my feet.
Then it cooks my contacts. Lol
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I have the Rockwood Windjammer 3025 W which is the Flagstaff equivalent. Same issue with front shower vent. Very low volume of cold air flow with heater on. I pulled vent and it was attached. Then pulled return cover at the heater box. There is a separate 1 1/2 inch thin flex duct attached to the side of the heater box. You can even see it through the return cover. This runs all the way under the coach, across the coach, around the back of, and then finally under the shower pan to the vent. It looses all of its heat and most of the air volume due to its small diameter, very thin material, length of travel, and all the turns and bends. Just get a small portable heater.
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