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Old 08-01-2020, 01:04 PM   #1
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Too many numbers to determine model?

Does the AC unit always work in conjunction with furnace?
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Old 08-02-2020, 10:20 AM   #2
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If you mean are they supposed to run at the same time? Then no.
If you mean are they both controlled by the same thermostat? Then yes, but that may depend on the year.
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The manual says they do sometimes.
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The factory thermostat in my unit controls the A/C and the furnace but neither run at the same time.
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Too many numbers to determine model?

Does the AC unit always work in conjunction with furnace?
Our 2013 F210UDS has a wall thermostat that works just like a home thermostat except the one in the trailer is a cheapo off brand POS. It regulates between heat and ac as needed
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We have one of those Dometic Single Zone LCD Thermostats. If the thermostat is in the furnace mode, and the fan is set to LO or HI, the AC's fan will come on for additional air circulation, only if connected to shore power. The fan mode has to be set to Auto, in order for it stay off and only the furnace blower operate. Confusing, but some people forget when they last used the thermostat for AC and had it on Low or Hi for continuous air circulation. Again-only when hooked to shore power.
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