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M380 (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your M380 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 M380 Parts here too.

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Old 12-09-2019
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Please see https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...d.php?p=471717 - looking for qty 2 BB 0042878 or MCC 12-3403 to replace leaky ones
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Originally Posted by Dan & Cindy View Post
The coil mfr has many models and I bet you can find one that will work. Suggest that you contact Mobile Climate Control Inc at 717-767-3333 or download their catalog MMC-HVAC.COM/WP-CONTENT/UPLOADS/2019/10/HEATERS.PDF
Thanks Dan- that is the direct line for a very helpful guy named Austin. Correct URL for the catalog is:
https://www.mcc-hvac.com/wp-content/...10/Heaters.pdf
Austin referred me to Tiffany at my nearest WWW who are looking into it as per his instructions, 12-3403 is said to still be a good part.
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MCC cannot provide replacements for the units under the drawers in a timely manner, so I will be simplifying matters somewhat in this area. Aqua-Hot supply a "Cozy III" 8kBTU heater with a ducted front option:

https://hydronicheatingwarehouse.com...heat-exchanger
https://hydronicheatingwarehouse.com...lenum-assembly

I'll just run some 3" dryer duct to the grilles once this is plumbed and installed. Should be more than sufficient. Probably what BB ought to have done in the first place. I'll feed this, then the bedroom, and back to the fridge area whereever the tie-in for the return is.
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We have a quantity of the large twin fan convectors

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Are those the wedge type as under the fridge and the desk/sofa? I think that was the one Doug had been looking for some time ago. I needed one I could duct as above that was very short, have a max height of 5.2" and need to run hose over part of the unit. This fit the bill.
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I just need to run the last duct to the outlet under the closet drawers, here's a pic before I fought said drawers back into their hole. Good solution to the small and unavailable (well, $400 each and 12 week lead) convectors in this position - Aqua Hot Cozy III convector with the plenum kit, under $200 shipped. http://secure.aquahot.com/ProductInfo/EXE-103-0EX.aspx
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