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Furnace Controls for Atwood Air Command 15028-22


Can you regulate the furnace temperature from the touch pad that is directly wired to the ac? I have a coleman mack 15k that is ducted in my trailer, I also use a rvp remote with no thermostat wires to wall thermostat. I have closed the duct inlet and I am using my ac as nonduct unit. With the reputation of the 15k atwood I plan on reopening my ducts like my trailer was designed to do. I have added a 13.5 btu unit to my bedroom. Hopefully with greater fan speed, better but rating and lower amperage I will be able to run my unit as designed. I do think I am going have to pull extra wire. Can you foresee any other problems? Maybe a word of advice or do you think I am over reaching? Tks.


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You can regulate the heat by using the furnace button with the Atwood Air Command # AT15028-22. When you press the furnace button, that activates the furnace as your primary heating source. From there, you can adjust the temperature on the touch pad that is wired to the unit. I cannot foresee you having any other problems, you will only need to make sure you can properly wire the Air Command to a 12V power supply, the furnace, and your wall mounted thermostat.

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