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Old 10-13-2021, 10:13 AM   #1
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Smile radiant Heat- 2021 Classic Airstream

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We are struggling with the radiant heat. It won't go above 60 degrees. We have the propane on and are connected to 110 power while we load up. Any suggestions on the Alde or other tips appreciated!
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Old 10-13-2021, 10:43 AM   #2
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We are struggling with the radiant heat. It won't go above 60 degrees. We have the propane on and are connected to 110 power while we load up. Any suggestions on the Alde or other tips appreciated!
Did you set the temp on the Alde screen? Ours was set at 55 deg from the factory.
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Old 10-13-2021, 06:37 PM   #3
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Hi maryfrances
I recommend a quick call to Truma Technical Support. They are the US distributors for Alde. They can quickly help to troubleshoot.
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Mick
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Old 10-13-2021, 07:27 PM   #4
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Hi

If you are running it from the Alde screen, the 110V power is turned on one line, the propane is turned on at another line on the display. In addition, you can set the 110V to high or low power.

The recirculating pump (under the dinette seat has speed settings. If it's set to slow, it will take a while to get going.

The Alde fluid tank is behind a panel in the cabinet above the toilet. It needs to be full up to the line when things are running.

There are multiple air bleed points around the trailer. Each one needs to be opened long enough to eliminate air from the system.

None of this (other that turning things on from the panel) should be required in normal use. The first time the system is fully run, you probably will get air out and need to put some fluid in.

Bob
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