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Old 04-03-2014, 07:43 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by P25ct View Post
I'm being told that going with an OEM Jayco unit will require several other 'parts' to install, and even with the VIN Jayco couldn't say exactly what. .
An OEM is going to be an AirEXCEL (Coleman) and if you want it ducted you will need a thermostat and if that wiring is not already in the wall that would be the problem Pull the trim ring at that roof vent and see if there is more than just the 110 wiring in the ceiling. If the thermo wires aren't there then you can only use a non-ducted unit unless you add wire mold across the ceiling and down the wall for the thermo.

It really doesn't make any difference as to what brand, the problem of ducted vs non ducted remains the same. If the dealer is not sure then you have problems.

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Old 04-03-2014, 08:21 PM   #12
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The thermo and misc parts were required. Total was 1700 installed for a 15k low profile. It will be ducted. Thanks for the help and input on this. When we travel to FL or SC this summer I will thank you all!

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