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Old 02-27-2017, 12:57 PM   #1
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2015 GK Return Ducts

Does anyone with a GK 2015 have return air ducts in the bedroom. I find it is really hard to get the front bedroom to balance with the rest of the coach and I feel that is the reason. Am I missing them or was this a dumb move by Redwood not to install them in the front.
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Old 02-27-2017, 03:09 PM   #2
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Heat or ac?
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Old 02-27-2017, 03:35 PM   #3
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The roof return ducts for the A/C and heat pumps. There is 4 in the rear of the coach and zero in the front bedroom and bathroom area. When you are in regular heat up north in the summer it never seemed to hamper the system. But this winter in Florida it has been in the 80+ all the time and it is a real pain to get it balanced.
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With our MB, I find that setting the Bedroom T-stat about 2 degrees lower than the Living area T-stat seems to help even thing out.
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I have a 13 and no returns in the.bedroom. not sure why RW does this. I too set the thermostat 2-4 degrees lower. However the bedroom does get hotter that the rest. My guess is the slides and windows
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I have the 39mb. 2016 and the return air vent for the furnace is under the dresser draws. behind the black grill at the bottom where the dressers meet the floor.
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Yep, return under the dresser on our MB also, and it was in the same basic area on our previous RL.
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The front cap and closet area pulls a lot of heat into bedroom not insulated or foam filled have to keep closet closed up or it get hot in RE as well
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