Adjust air flow for Furnace output
Best I can tell is the furnace in my 2014 white hawk has one flex hose going thru the wall to feed a wall vent in the bedroom AND another that goes into the floor ducts in the main cabin. On a trip south a couple weeks ago, discovered that with the furnace as our only heat source, the bedroom was many degrees higher than the main room. The airflow from the bedroom outlet was robust while the flow from the floor ducts was minimal. With 2 floor registers and one or more holes in the bottom of the duct to send heat down to warm the tanks underneath, I suspect that the flow from the furnace is the same as in the bedroom but is spread over many more output points thus the air flow from the floor registers is low.
Has anyone found a way to restrict some of the flow going to the bedroom so that more will be pushed out to the floor registers? The wall outlet in the bedroom can be rotated to direct air in any directions, but there is not way to close or restrict the flow. I stuffed a towel in front of the bedroom outlet and that seemed to help. Wanting to replace the oem round bedroom outlet with something similar that can be adjusted.