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Old 02-08-2016, 12:29 PM   #21
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On a side note one of things I dislike about my late 2015 Roo23ikss is there is only 2 heater vents, one in the back under the wardrobe never reaches front and one under shower in bathroom. They need to put one up front without a space heater this thing is useless for camping in colder weather. I miss the heating system in my 2012 Shasta, floors were heated and there were vents all over the place for both heat and AC


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Wicked 1....definitely agree!! Think it could have been designed better. Wonder if we could run some kind of duct to the front, maybe to the island and facing front? Or would the slide interfere
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Wicked 1....definitely agree!! Think it could have been designed better. Wonder if we could run some kind of duct to the front, maybe to the island and facing front? Or would the slide interfere

It would have to be run under the belly so you would have to split the one by the wardrobe then run it under the bottom to the center island. Just removing the sealed bottom is too much work but I won't get enough heat out of it for the work so just going to use pugs and a space heater up front, I am done cold camping with the tent ends open brrrr just using the sofa next time


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Old 02-08-2016, 05:07 PM   #24
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Not sure but I think we went off track !!

From a 23WS AC vents....to a 23ikss Heating vents !!!


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Old 02-08-2016, 07:17 PM   #25
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Old 02-09-2016, 08:24 AM   #26
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If you do not see a rear AC vent in a 23WS its because they missed installing it at the factory. Its located 16" to center of vent off the edge of rear shelf edge and close to the wall. As youroo previously said, the channel which is cut into the ceiling foam lamination on each side and used as the duct extends almost all the way to the rear of the roof. It also makes a great wiring chase if your adding something. If you wanted you could also cut an AC vent into the bathroom ceiling.
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