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Thanks Fred. Is the 19 same dimensions as the16? Is it a non ducted?
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Hi Bruce,
Yes to both questions. I didn't see any differences between the units. I am thinking it must have to do with nozzle size. all of the mounting screw holes are the same. The only difference I found was the ctr heater under the dinette had a flex pipe with axial blower into the bath. ( my FC is a side bath ) there was a knockout panel in the new ht. that I had to remove and install the flange off of the old htr. Easy-peasy
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On your rear axle temperature I think the sending unit is of the curbside of the pumpkin. It could be you have a loose wire on the sending unit. I had that issue once on my 88, a simple fix. Go and look for the simple fixes first before you start throwing money at it.
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The wire going to the rear axle pumpkin on my 87 is purple. The wire on ours was broken when we got it.
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Continuing the heater conversation, my front heater operates great on the bench but when installed it short cycles and blows cold. Could this be a bad thermostat or what am I missing?

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sounds like not getting propane
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Continuing the heater conversation, my front heater operates great on the bench but when installed it short cycles and blows cold. Could this be a bad thermostat or what am I missing?

Darryl
After running dry from disconnecting them I find that they take at least 3-4 tries to get a fire started. At least.
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Yes, same here on multiple cycles to get propane. Didn't think about that, sorry.
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