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Old 01-07-2014, 03:05 PM   #183
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not enough heat in the back

Jammer, I don't know if your question has been fully answered since I didn't read all the comments, but here is what I did on my 2004 Classic 30 footer.

In order to cut down on the turbulence inside the ducts I stretched and straightened out the ducts as much as I could. I then wrapped most of them with reflective 1/2 inch insulation, while keeping them as close as possible to each other to minimize heat loss.

In the bedroom I opened the vent and slid a aluminum tube that just fit INSIDE the ductwork as far as I could. This cut down on the turbulance, gave a straighter flow of the air and has increased the temperature in the bedroom noticeably. Wolf146

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