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Old 10-11-2010, 01:12 PM   #21
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Sean 45,

We have had a similar problem with our 2008 and 2010 RLSs--bedroom too hot when door is closed compared with bathroom and living room/kitchen. We now leave the bedroom door open, the bathroom door open and the door between the living/kitchen and the shower/sink area open half way (to block out light from the living/kitchen area. However, when our grandsons are sleeping in the living room we have to give them extra blankets.

In another thread on this forum another owner had his unit in for repairs and the dealership found that the duct work from his furnace as too small, resulting in the furnace cycling on and off too quickly. The dealership installed larger ducts at no cost to the owner. Perhaps you can ask your dealer to evaluate your ducts and determine whether Jayco will approve installation of larger ones as warranty costs if the dealer determines the ducts are too small. I will see if I can find the other thread and repost it on this thread for you.
That was me. I had a chance to check it out on the only trip I was able to make this summer. The larger vent sure made a difference and the furnace purred like a kitten. I am more than happy.
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Old 10-17-2010, 08:28 PM   #22
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Hi Seann
Please let me know what you find out about the heat problem. We have new 31.5 RLDS and are having the same problem very little heat out of the living room register.
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Old 10-17-2010, 10:52 PM   #23
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Ed according to the dealer ( and they have lied to me before) they just changed the pipes around where they come out of the furnace. THEY claim that they found some parts of the furnace box has low pressure areas and that is where my LR Kitchen feed was coming from. So get in there and switch a couple of the supply hoses and see if that helps.. or since you are under warranty let the dealer do it... Also you can talk to Roger at Jayco customer service as he was working with the dealer on this problem.. Mention my name and listen to him faint,,,LOL
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Old 10-19-2010, 12:17 PM   #24
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Hi Seann
Please let me know what you find out about the heat problem. We have new 31.5 RLDS and are having the same problem very little heat out of the living room register.
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Ed
I had the same issue on my new Jayco. I took the cold air return grate off and low and behold, the pipe for the living room register wasn't even attached to the furnace. I reattached it and put a screw in it to prevent it from falling out again. Probably should have put screws in the other three as well but they seemed OK. If the heat has another issue, that will be the first place I look.
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Old 11-13-2010, 03:01 PM   #25
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I know that I am late for this discussion but they didn't even hook my valves up in my 2010 Jayco 313rk just left them open. Nice suprise at the dump station
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Old 11-13-2010, 03:06 PM   #26
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Hey Danny they put my hose connector on "sideways" so if you are doing the graywater garden hose dump you cannot get it all out...
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