I have a 2017 Sunset Trails 270 bh and there is no heat vent in the bathroom. Seems odd...I wonder if they forgot to put one in my unit or if they are all that way. There is an opening at the top and bottom of the bathroom door but its still cold in there on cold nights. Any comments from owners would be appreciated. It does not look like an easy fix to put a vent in there.
Ours also had no vent. I installed one. Just teed off of one of the others in the heater box. Bought the ducting, Rotair vent and tee fitting from www.dwincorp.com. It took about 1 1/2 hours and some very careful measuring before drilling the hole for the vent.
Nick & Deb DeLillo
2019 F-150 Lariat Supercrew 3.5 Ecoboost
2017 Sunset Trail SS26SI Grand Reserve
Reese StraightLine WD w/dual cam sway control
I have the double bunk beds and outside kitchen and I don't see any way to access the furnace duct to run under the bottom bunk. I took the outside cover off and there is no room to make a connection there either. Possibly from underneath but I am not getting into the enclosed underbelly.
Even when the trailer is perfectly level the bathroom door will not stay open. Guess I just need to stick a shoe in front to keep it open! My 2013 Jayco hybrid I traded in had a bathroom vent. Go figure.
My ST32BH doesn't have heat or AC in the bathroom. I'm in Florida so an AC vent would be nice. I have found that leaving the bathroom vent closed and turning on the fan draws in the hot or the cold air from the rest of the coach.