Dual Zone Heating for 2010 27
Hi! I have been Googling and searching on this and I can't find anything useful yet, so if you have any information or can point me in the right direction that would be great!
We have a 2010 27FB trailer with a thermostat in the bedroom area. The issue is we have 3 children that I set up in the bedroom and my wife and I retire to the galley area beds. With the thermostat in the bedroom and the closed curtain (they go to bed much earlier than we do), the galley end of the trailer is hot (2 ducts) and the bedroom with the kids is cold (1 duct) as the thermostat is only getting 1/3 of the vents and probably really only 20% of the heat as it is the longest run from the furnace unit.
I thought I could put in dual zone heating as there is a Dometic thermostat with up to 4 zones, but can't really find any more information beyond this. I have thought about doing a manual calibration of the venting by partially blocking the front vents to push more volume to the bedroom area, but not sure if I want to mess with adding more pressure on the furnace.
Any thoughts, ideas, experience?
2010 International Sterling 27
2014 Ford F150 EcoBoost