Suggestions on Furnace Air Flow?
We just had the opportunity to spend a couple nights in the White Hawk 28RBKS this weekend with the furnace on. For illustrative purposes, the furnace on this model is just outside the bathroom (rear bath model) on the 'street' side of the RV.
One comment is regarding what I perceive as a planning flaw: the thermostat is right above the main furnace vent that is mounted vertically on the wall right next to the dinette. So, as the thermostat senses all that heat coming from the main vent, and the 'back' of the camper is nice and toasty, it shuts off while the front bedroom is still a bit chilly. Seems like it would have made more sense to move that thermostat elsewhere...
This leads to the main question. The floor vents (one near the kitchen island and one in the bedroom) push out very little air flow, while the vertically-mounted vents (one in the bathroom, which is nice, and the other aforementioned vent near the dinette) have as much air flow as a bathroom hand dryer. I was hoping I'd have the option to close or diffuse those vertical vents to direct more air flow to the floor vents, but that doesn't appear to be the case.
I'd rather have even air flow throughout the camper, if possible. Any mods/suggestions from anyone with a similar concern will be appreciated.
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2016 Whitehawk 28RBKS
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