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Old 04-20-2013, 11:17 PM   #391
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Has anyone had the issue of the AC fan coming on when you set the thermostat to furnace/heat? Both of mine do it, but the furnace actually comes on with the main thermostat. It didn't always do it, and I can't say that I ever tried turning the 2nd AC's thermostat to furnace. It definitely doesn't seem that the compressor runs.
If your stat is like mine, it is a Common problem that dealers should explain, but don't. Cycle thru to fan, then adjust it to auto instead of hi or low. Then back to heat and you should be good.
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This sounds snotty but isn't meant to be - but, read the manual. There's a setting that makes it do this. (Or so I've read in here.)

Mine doesn't do that.
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:28 PM   #393
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If your stat is like mine, it is a Common problem that dealers should explain, but don't. Cycle thru to fan, then adjust it to auto instead of hi or low. Then back to heat and you should be good.
Thanks, that nailed it.


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This sounds snotty but isn't meant to be - but, read the manual. There's a setting that makes it do this. (Or so I've read in here.)

Mine doesn't do that.
Thanks.....looked there first.....my manual doesn't even show the stat I have, let lone offer the solution given above. Doesn't appear I got a manual for the stat.
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:45 PM   #394
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Thanks, that nailed it.

Thanks.....looked there first.....my manual doesn't even show the stat I have, let lone offer the solution given above. Doesn't appear I got a manual for the stat.
Glad he had better directions than I did! Strange- but I got an actual thermostat manual. My generic one is ok-to-fair, but not specific enough to be helpful.

I think there's and electronic copy of the manual in the files section of the site.
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:52 PM   #395
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Glad he had better directions than I did! Strange- but I got an actual thermostat manual. My generic one is ok-to-fair, but not specific enough to be helpful.

I think there's and electronic copy of the manual in the files section of the site.
Thanks, I'll look for it. I even tried Dometic's site....but couldn't come across an instruction manual for the stat. I pulled the control box from behind the AC filter cover, and was able to get an idea of what was going on, but hadn't given thought to the 3rd fan setting (auto).
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Old 04-21-2013, 11:29 AM   #396
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Has anyone figured out a way to get more pressure out of the shower head? I have a pressure regulator set to 60.
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Has anyone figured out a way to get more pressure out of the shower head? I have a pressure regulator set to 60.
Just responded to your other post in the mods section asking the same question.
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thanks, SW just had her first shower and she was not really happy with the pressure pressure
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Mine was always the same way until i put the Oxygenics in.....just as good as home now.
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