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Old 02-23-2016, 02:01 PM   #1
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Saying Hello and questions for 2109S owners

Hi folks, just joined the group and wanted to say hello.

We just ordered a new ML 2109s and of course are excited about the new rig. We're going to be selling our Jayco 17z.

It's just the two of us so we don't need big. The 17z was actually fine size wise, but due to health issues, I really needed a regular bed without canvas that I don't have to climb into.

We love the floor plan of the 2109s and the new ones all have the rounded glass door shower which should be nice!!

Some quick questions that I can't remember when we looked at one and I cant tell from online pictures.

Is there a heat and air duct in the bathroom?

I take it that the heat comes out of the same ceiling vents as the air?

Thanks and I'm looking forward to this forum. I enjoy doing mods so this place should be helpful.

Ray
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Old 02-23-2016, 02:09 PM   #2
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Had the Flagstaff twin. No vents in bathroom. A/C vent just outside door in ceiling can be aimed into the bathroom. Heat vents are at floor level, one by the entrance door & one at the end of the kitchen cabinets near the bed as best I remember.
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Old 02-23-2016, 02:10 PM   #3
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heat comes out of vents near the floor, not the AC ducts in the ceiling. I am not at home to look in the trailer, but I don't think their are heating or AC vents in the bathroom. There is a fantastic fan in the bathroom and the door is cut to allow airflow over and under the door
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See pic. Furnace is next to stove, heat comes out the black vent to the left, and (I assume) another vent over by the door. They don't run ducts under the floor on these TT's, so I know it doesn't vent in the bathroom.
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Prolly only a couple of heat vents (floor level). AC vents from ceiling. My ML 25KS has a heat vent in the bathroom
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There are no heater vents in the bathroom & the AC vents in the ceiling are just for the AC. Bear in mind that my 2109S is a few years older than yours which has lots of nifty upgrades. I don't even want to look at a new one, might decide I have to buy it.

It is the perfect size for 2 who do not like to park inside half of the day. Take it to lots of .
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Old 02-24-2016, 09:24 AM   #7
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Thanks very much folks!
That's a little surprising about only one or two heat vents. The brochure lists the 2109s as having ducted heat. Not floor ducted though. They some models as floor ducted and some as ducted heat and the 2109s is listed as ducted.

It's gonna be a long 6-8 weeks waiting, we're very excited. Now I just have to get selling the Jayco hybrid!

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Old 02-24-2016, 01:44 PM   #8
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Don't worry about the heating & cooling; it will do just fine. I know mine did. I think you will be well pleased.
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Our 2015 only has 2 heat outlets. One each side of the stove/sink cabinet if I remember right. Guess I can't see why it would be needed in the bath. We seldom use the LP heat except to warm the area quickly. A small electric space heater does the job with less noise and saves gas.
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My 2503S only has two vents.
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