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Old 05-09-2014, 09:41 AM   #21
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Easy as twisting wire nuts. The two mounting screw holes were slightly different and the digital model is a bit wider. The narrow spot where my old one was mounted was just barely wide enough for the new one. I can get you the actual dimensions if you want. I could never find them posted anywhere.
That's ok. I have plenty of room on the wall. lol. I see rvsRus has it for $71.39 with free shipping through Amazon. Is that about the going price?
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Old 05-09-2014, 09:59 AM   #22
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Now here is my dilemma:
On my front ac which does not have control of the furnace, the digital w/o heat costs more than the one with it.
When I replace that one, I plan to buy the I less $$$ model and just ignore the heat part.
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I do remember it not being cheap. If not mistaken, got ours from amazon.
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:00 AM   #24
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I had an old Hunter Digital Stat from a past house project upgrade so I decided to use it in the TT. A trip to Radio Shack for a $3.99 STDP switch, a few minutes with a soldering iron and a few minutes in swapping out the old stat and now I'm a happy camper! Works great and it's even programmable!

Thanks to everyone on this forum for the information AND yes I'm a cheapskate . . . lol.
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Old 05-15-2014, 09:42 PM   #25
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Lol. Gary- I'm a cheapskate too. But I would probably hurt myself with a soldering iron so I took the wire nut way.
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Hey havnfun, those burns will eventually heal
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Yea, man. But why take the chance.
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I too bought the Mach stat and my current stat (264BH) has only 2 wires, W/R so I wired them up and things went well untill the TT got 90* and then the blower started cycling. The Coleman tech said I needed a ground to the blue so I ran a wire from a white ground to the blue and things went well again UNTIL the trailer inside temp hit 90* and the blower started cycling again.....I metered across the blue and white during a cycle and I read .6V so I am thinking the stat may be shorting...

The odd thing is that the cycling issue rears it's ugly head during warm inside temps....any suggestions/or thoughts?

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Huh? I can't work a soldering iron ....sorry I am no help.
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