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Old 03-17-2016, 09:18 AM   #1
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Location of temperature sensors?

We have a dual zone AC system. Where are the temperature sensors located? Up near the return air intake on each unit?
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Are they not in the thermostat control
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Our sensor for the 2nd A/C for the bedroom is on the wall just above the light and slide-out switches on our 5'er. I think the sensor for the main A/C is in the thermostat.
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Our sensor for the 2nd A/C for the bedroom is on the wall just above the light and slide-out switches on our 5'er. I think the sensor for the main A/C is in the thermostat.
Same here for both A/Cs
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My question pertains to a 2016 Hill Country 26RB bumper pull trailer (similar to the Reserve series).

(Sorry, I just learned that some folks can't see the signature information where the year, make, and model was posted or I would have posted this info in the original post.)

It's a dual zone system with a single thermostat. I can understand the primary zone (kitchen, living room, dining, & bath) ha the sensor inside the thermostat. But I have no idea where the bedroom AC sensor is located. The bedroom and the single thermostat are literally on opposite ends of the trailer.

St. Rodder2 and Dayle1 suggested the bedroom sensor may be above the light switch. The light switch for the bedroom is located in the living room so the switch and the bedroom are separate by a wall.
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This might help.

http://www.crossroadsowners.com/foru...d.php?p=105939
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Here is what the sensor looks like. It took me a while to figure what is was when I got the trailer. I didn't have the 2nd A/C installed at the factory. I had it wired in case I needed it it the future. Of course I needed it.
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Here is what the sensor looks like. It took me a while to figure what is was when I got the trailer. I didn't have the 2nd A/C installed at the factory. I had it wired in case I needed it it the future. Of course I needed it.
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This may be it!

There is something that looks like this mounted on the wall under the swiveling television mount. I was wondering that thing was and it looks just like that thingy highlighted in your pic.

We're in the Landmark this weekend but when we get back to the office on Monday, I'll take a look. I'm pretty sure I have the bedroom vents blowing right on that sensor which is why the bedroom AC only runs for a couple of minutes before it shuts down.

Now I just have to find the sensor in the living room and adjust the vents there.

Thanks for the pic!
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