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Old 10-12-2019
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Default WB 43 no AH heat in bedroom

Hey everyone, I have '97 WB43. I am not getting heat in the bedroom from the AH system, nor are the blower fans coming on in the bedroom.
I looked at the fuse panel near the AH unit and saw a fused connection for a bedroom T-stat but there is no T-stat in the bedroom. There is a rheostat with what seems to be a sensor above it on the wall adjacent to the bathroom; turning the rheostat on does not enable the blower fans.

At the circulator pumps in the AH compartment, the brass valves above the pumps are hot to the touch for the zones that are getting heat, (bathroom and Living Room) but I cannot get the bedroom to operate; is there a T-stat hidden somewhere or could the sensor above the rheostat be bad? Could it be a circuit board issue?

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That zone is controlled by the 4 button thermostat in the kitchen, zone 3.
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Thanks Randy,
It seems as if the AH Kitchen outlet is on zone 2; is it possible to run zones 2 and 3 at the same time?
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Absolutely, just as you can run 2 or 3 AC's at the same time. Set each zone independently.
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do you have a 4 button,or a 5 button or a 12 button Tstat?
Lots of coachs have been upgraded by now.
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I have a 4 button stat that where the buttons don't seem to respond very well; any suggestions on a replacement ?
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The 4 button stats are no longer available. You might luck upon a new old stock or have yours rebuilt. Search Ebay.
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You don't need to replace that thermostat, instead send it to Dinosaur Electronics for refurbishment. Look up their website. The service is not listed, but call them about it. I did it, cost $75, but works great ever since.
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The 4 button stats are no longer available. You might luck upon a new old stock or have yours rebuilt. Search Ebay.
One on ebay now and of course the way over priced refurb services.
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Take it off and wash it out inside with electronics cleaner,spray inside and everywhere.
I have fixed a few that way.
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