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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Old 09-21-2014
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Default Perplexed! Where is that switch?

I just returned from the coast meeting the Lone Star Birds for a mini rally and Hummingbird festival! Nice! But on my return home noticed the exhaust fan in the galley was running and I can't figure out why (but could have something to do with a seven year old flipping switches...) Honestly, I've never used the exhaust, in fact it has a nice cover over it and I never investigated it's operation. I've had a vent fan that turned on when the louvers were opened but that's not the case here. The manual isn't any help and I'm hoping someone can tell me how to shut fan on/OFF! Aaaaaaag!
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On my 87 FC the kitchen exhaust fan switch is the right side bottom switch on the thermostat.
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If you are referring to the Kool-O-Matic fan and if your 86 is like my 87 PT-40, the fan is controlled by the thermostat on the dinette wall. On the bottom side of the thermostat will be a 3-position switch; off-on-auto. If you have the switch set to auto and the thermostat set to a temperature that is below the temperature inside your coach, the fan will turn on and run until the coach is cooled off. You can raise the temperature selector lever or simply slide the bottom 3-position switch to off to stop the fan. Hope this will fix your dilemma.
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Ours is also on the bottom of the thermostat in the salon area.
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Yep, on the thermostat! Thanks!
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