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RE: Trying to understand my Winnebago Basement Heat

In our previous 2003 Adventurer, the heat pump would quit running for 2 conditions. First-The Heat pump could not maintain the set temperature. If the coach is losing heat faster than the HP can produce, then the LP furnace is activated. In this case the tstat will indicate DIFF, that the 2nd stage heat stage is activated. If this happens 3 times in a row, then the HP is locked out for 2 hours. Only the LP furnace will run during that time. The tstat uses 20 min as a criteria. If the HP can't satisfy the set point for 20 min, the lp is turned on. Second- The HP shuts off because the outdoor coil Thermister cuts-off due to low freon temp. This usually occurs due to ice build up on the coils. In this case the lp furnace is in a safe mode. It will come on at 45 deg and shut off at 60 deg. Setting the mode to gas will let the lp furnace operate to the set temp. In my experience, the heat pump can operate at low outside temps, below 32 deg F. A lot depends on the humidity, and how long it take ice to form on the outside coils. These basement units do not have any defrost circuitry built in, as do home units.
DancinCampers 01/22/16 09:54pm Tech Issues
RE: '02 Adventurer Basement air

There should be a small fuse inside the tstat. 2 amp I think.
DancinCampers 01/02/16 08:42am Tech Issues
RE: Spendide Dryer not turning

This happened to us when we tried to dry a throw rug which was a bit to much. It is not all that difficult, but you will have to remove quite a few items. Ditto Westland they will help you a lot. The instructions that came with the belt were good. It was helpful that I had previously replaced the heater assembly.
DancinCampers 11/01/15 06:48pm Tech Issues
RE: What kind of winter work is available in the southwest?

Amazon only has 4 sites where they hire rv'rs under the Camperforce program. If you were to be hired elsewhere you would be responsible for your own lodging, as is all their other employees.
DancinCampers 10/09/15 07:17am Workamping Forum
RE: '03 Winnebago Adventurer questions

My 03 33v was located on the ceiling in the outside compartment just aft of the entry door.
DancinCampers 06/14/15 05:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Grand Kids to Disney in June

Military specials if you qualify. Read all you can about the new fastpass system. In my cursory look, I feel it is squeezing a lot of people out of the popular attractions if you don't book a package early.
DancinCampers 06/02/15 07:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: USB hard drive for Dish 211Z

The first HD I added has an external powered supply, to my 211K. I then added an external HD to my 211Z in the bedroom, I used a laptop drive in a usb enclosure, no external power supply. Both work fine. I believe all HD have a sleep mode.
DancinCampers 05/23/15 09:02pm Technology Corner
RE: Suggestions and info for Pahrump,NV

Nevada Treasures
DancinCampers 05/07/15 11:28am Snowbirds
RE: splendide stackable dryer removal

Mine is located on our full wall slide. I had to remove the left inside false wall in the bedroom medicine cabinet (removing shelves and top false ceiling). You can then remove the mounting bracket on the top, right rear of the dryer. I removed louver doors, the cross piece which the upper and lower doors latch to. Remove screws attaching dryer to washer brackets. Lift up and forward. I attached a rope line to dryer plug to facilitate re-install. You can loosen dryer vent hose clamp pryer to removal. Helper is handy.
DancinCampers 05/07/15 11:20am Tech Issues
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