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Old 07-03-2017, 10:54 AM   #1
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377 bunkhouse airflow issues

Any tips on cooling the bunkhouse? It is very warm in the room with the door closed.
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We try to keep the door open about 2"-3" and have a small oscillating fan that sits on the floor in front of the room to help put a little bit more air in there...sorry, that's all I got!
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We do the same thing that bookemdanno mentioned.


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We have the 355MBQS, Similar layout.
I put a vent in the wall above the door to allow for air flow. Got a brown one at Lowe's. Helped quite a bit.
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We do the same thing that bookemdanno mentioned.


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That's really a brilliant idea!! Kind of like a jump vent in our stick & brick house to the bedrooms.


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We have the 355MBQS, Similar layout.
I put a vent in the wall above the door to allow for air flow. Got a brown one at Lowe's. Helped quite a bit.


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Thanks for the suggestions. To solve the problem for now, I partially closed an air vent in the bedroom and that directed more air into the bunkhouse. Adding this issue to my punch list for the service department.
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