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Old 09-06-2016, 11:44 PM   #1
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Seneca furnace issues

Hello, has anyone had trouble with the furnace keeping the rev warm enough in near freezing temps outside? My gas furnace blows warm not hot and sometimes it seems like in the middle of the night it will be on but blowing cool air. I have tried adding a electric ceramic heater inside but it normally ends up blowing the breaker. It seems like the Seneca is not insulated well on the flooring, it is very cold at night. I've taken the rv to camping world/ they unfortunately are the authorized warranty center and they said it's working fine, but they are checking it in 90-100 weather outside. Any ideas are appreciated. Thanks
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Old 09-07-2016, 04:47 AM   #2
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I have had my Seneca out in temperatures in the mid-20s and it did fine. The floor still felt cold on the bare feet, but it is the same felling I get in my stick house on tile floors when not wearing my bunny slippers! The air discharged from my registers is quite warm and my bathroom gets so hot I have to block most of the floor register in there.

If CW is not addressing your issue you might try calling Jayco Customer Service, be persistent and try to get them to allow you to have it checked somewhere else.
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LOL, Thanks. Maybe I just need the bunny slippers to help me out!!
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I'm thinking about putting a "small" electric heater in the water/sewer compartment. I'm not sure this compartment will stay warm enough when we camp in Colorado.
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I'm thinking about putting a "small" electric heater in the water/sewer compartment. I'm not sure this compartment will stay warm enough when we camp in Colorado.
This worked for us when the temps hit 17 in Denver when we had the 08 Seneca.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Lasko-Elec...r-100/16503222
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