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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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If you have a Cool-O-Matic fan in the kitchen ceiling area this thermostat controls that fan. The thermostat will have a setting for "fan" and an on and off setting for that. My thermostat is located on the wall at the end of the cabinets before it turns into the salon or living area.
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There is a fan/vent/exhaust in our ceiling just in front of the microwave. Can't find a switch or on off control anywhere Will look and check where you mentioned. Perhaps the switch is there but the fan just doesn't work?
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Thanks much Jim
There is a fan/vent/exhaust in our ceiling just in front of the microwave. Can't find a switch or on off control anywhere Will look and check where you mentioned. Perhaps the switch is there but the fan just doesn't work?
Ok, if you have a fan you have a way to control it. Here are the pics of mine.
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If you want to turn on the fan, you need to have the switch set to cool and the fan either on auto or on. If you want heat from your front toe kick heater you need to have the switch set to heat and then have your front A/C switch on the dash turned on, plus set the A/C thermostat to low. This is probably the most complicated switch ever designed, but once you figure it out it isn't bad.
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Barry, on or 90 SP the switch your looking for is on the passenger side. As you enter the coach there is a cabinet on the right. On the other side of this cabinet toward the front of the bus is the thermostat.
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Another part number on the instruction sheet is 7990-368C. It called a "Heating-cooling thermostat with a .5 setting of the adjustable Heat Anticipator. Fixed cooling application". Other than the unit is white, has a slide for the temperature, heat/cool switch and an on/off switch for the exhaust fan. This is from the same Coleman company that makes gas lanterns and camping stoves. Hope this will help you.
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Ok, if you have a fan you have a way to control it. Here are the pics of mine.
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If you want to turn on the fan, you need to have the switch set to cool and the fan either on auto or on. If you want heat from your front toe kick heater you need to have the switch set to heat and then have your front A/C switch on the dash turned on, plus set the A/C thermostat to low. This is probably the most complicated switch ever designed, but once you figure it out it isn't bad.
The fan on sw will turn the fan on. Not sure if it is clear that the stat will also control the fan. Needs to be set on cool and temp turned down till the fan comes on. This way the stat will turn the fan off as it cools in the coach.
I think any simple, not electronic stat would work. Coleman mobile home would probably be the best match.
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The fan on sw will turn the fan on. Not sure if it is clear that the stat will also control the fan. Needs to be set on cool and temp turned down till the fan comes on. This way the stat will turn the fan off as it cools in the coach.
I think any simple, not electronic stat would work. Coleman mobile home would probably be the best match.
Your correct Mallie, I may not have been totally clear on that. I said it could be set to ON or AUTO and "assumed" he would know the auto was related to the temp setting. You know what "assume" maeans
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Your correct Mallie, I may not have been totally clear on that. I said it could be set to ON or AUTO and "assumed" he would know the auto was related to the temp setting. You know what "assume" maeans
Jim , Mallie, Rick, Allen
Thanks a bunch folks seems like you gotta be a safe cracker to get this going Will try the various combinations today. Lol
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