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Old 04-30-2015, 07:31 AM   #1
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Which one is zone 1 and zone 2?

I have a 2015 Intl. Serenity 30'. From the thermostat point of view, which is zone 1 and which is zone 2? In other words, which zone is the larger A/C unit. I did a search and could not easily find an answer. I am trying to determine which zone I should use when running off of my 2 Honda 2000 generators as I assume they can run the smaller 13.5 A/C and not the larger 15 A/C - is this assumption correct?
Any help or insight would be appreciated - Thanks.
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Old 04-30-2015, 07:52 AM   #2
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Zone 1 is in the bdrm and zone 2 is in the galley area on our 2014 Flying cloud. Also zone 2 is for the furnace. We use our Honda 2000's for the larger a/c too


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Old 04-30-2015, 03:54 PM   #3
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Thanks! I will try the larger A/C with my Honda's
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Old 04-30-2015, 08:00 PM   #4
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Zone one is always the room the thermostat is located in.


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Old 05-02-2015, 01:51 AM   #5
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In my 2000 XC DP zone 1 is my living and zone 2 is the bedroom. And every year I forget which damn buttons I push simultaneously to switch between the two lol. My dealer is used to that phone call
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Zones 1 & 2 Pendleton

Why does air come out of all the same vents though regardless of which zone I turn on? The only difference in zones is I hear the air conditioning working on that side and using those screens to pull in air but all of the vents that out put air into the airstream have cold air coming out. Even in the bedroom.
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Our 2014 31' Classic has Zone 1 as living room (where the thermostat is located) and Zone 2 is rear bedroom where there is a small temperature sensor.

We have a hybrid Magnum MSH-3012 inverter in our 2015 23D International Serenity with a single 13,500 BTU air conditioner. The Magnum can draw from our 300 amp-hour lithium battery to augment the single 2,000 watt Honda generator (we carry one for the 23D) starting the air conditioner as it cycles with the temperatures.

We carry the two 2,000 watt Honda generators set with the Classic. The pair can run either the 13,500 or the 15,000 BTU air conditioners one at a time. The 600 amp-hour lithium battery thru a Magnum MS-2812 inverter can run either air conditioner for over an hour.
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Why does air come out of all the same vents though regardless of which zone I turn on? The only difference in zones is I hear the air conditioning working on that side and using those screens to pull in air but all of the vents that out put air into the airstream have cold air coming out. Even in the bedroom.
Why? Because it was designed that way to be able to use either or both air conditioners to cool the trailer, as needed.
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The HVAC zones only control what unit is running, all vents work either way.
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Why? Because it was designed that way to be able to use either or both air conditioners to cool the trailer, as needed.


Thanks! Makes perfect sense.
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