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Hello All,
I'm brand new to the forum, hoping to get a little information if I can.
Last year I bought a new-to-me 2009 Weekend Warrior Road Warrior, RWS3400. It's in great shape, engine only has 42k on it, interior and exterior in excellent shape. Unfortunately, while much of the documentation for this coach came with it, the only owners manual that came with it, was for a WW TRAILER. Not the motorhome. I've been unable to locate an owner's manual anywhere.
Does anyone know if this coach, new, came with two furnaces? One front and one rear, as standard equipment?

Thanks in advance, any help/information would be greatly appreciated. WW can no longer be reached as they are out of business (which I knew when I bought the coach).
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Posted: 03/11/21 10:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just a guess, but wouldn't there be 2 thermostats, if there were 2 furnaces?


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I should have mentioned that. Yes, there are two thermostats.
Also, all ducting in the living space is there. Rear furnace works well, heats the rear of the coach nicely.

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You probably have 2 furnaces then. I'm not an expert. Someone may see this thread and give you some more specific help. There are also some other forums you could try, like iRV2. There are folks over there driving all sorts of Super C coaches.
Sorry I can't be more help.

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This thread may help.


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Posted: 03/12/21 09:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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How many of these are on the outside of the coach.

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klutchdust wrote:

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How many of these are on the outside of the coach.


Good one. I was thinking thermostats, but exhaust/intake vents would work, too.

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MDKMDK wrote:

klutchdust wrote:

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How many of these are on the outside of the coach.


Good one. I was thinking thermostats, but exhaust/intake vents would work, too.


That would indicate where they are also trace fuel lines underneath. i haven't seen a coach with separate furnaces.Good idea though.

Doing an internet search there seems to be a lack of owners manuals for these units, I frankly did not know they even existed.

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klutchdust wrote:

MDKMDK wrote:

klutchdust wrote:

[image]

How many of these are on the outside of the coach.


Good one. I was thinking thermostats, but exhaust/intake vents would work, too.


That would indicate where they are also trace fuel lines underneath. i haven't seen a coach with separate furnaces.Good idea though.

Doing an internet search there seems to be a lack of owners manuals for these units, I frankly did not know they even existed.


Copy that, on all counts.

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