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Old 10-02-2022, 04:01 PM   #1
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Bathroom heat vent

My 2022 253rb has no heat coming out of the bathroom vent. Anyone have an idea where the hose/duct hooks up on either end before I tear into this. Heat is working properly in bedroom and living area.
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When you take of the vent deflector, can you feel air flow.
I wonder if an Rv directional floor register will allow the heat to go up into bathroom.

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If the baffle in the main living area is wide open you will get less airflow as you get further away from that location. Try closing the baffle partially to see if airflow increases to the bed and bath louvers..
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My 2022 253rb has no heat coming out of the bathroom vent. Anyone have an idea where the hose/duct hooks up on either end before I tear into this. Heat is working properly in bedroom and living area.

If you don't have any heat or air movement coming out of the vent, it's probably either unhooked, never was hooked up, or it's plugged.
Take the vent deflector off the top of it and with a flashlight and small mirror that will fit down in there, you should be able to see whats going on.
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Remove the heater access panel (4 screws on the sides of the louvers) and you should be able to see all ducts hooked up to the heater, or not. When I removed my 253RB panel the amount of wood chips and sawdust was unbelievable. Seems CrossRoads doesn't have any vacuum cleaners. I vacuumed up the mess, including blowing out the birdcage.
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I see that you have an outdoor kitchen. On my Sunset Trail with an outdoor kitchen, there are two air ducts are in the wall that goes between the bathroom and the outdoor kitchen. They do not connect to any ducting, they are just a pass-thru, presumably to provide ventilation to the outdoor kitchen refrigerator.
I do not have any heat ducts in the bathroom.
Is it possible that this is what you are looking at?

I almost never use my outdoor fridge without the door open, and I found that bugs come in these vents from outside, and cold air comes in in cold weather, so I blocked them.
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I see that you have an outdoor kitchen. On my Sunset Trail with an outdoor kitchen, there are two air ducts are in the wall that goes between the bathroom and the outdoor kitchen. They do not connect to any ducting, they are just a pass-thru, presumably to provide ventilation to the outdoor kitchen refrigerator.
I do not have any heat ducts in the bathroom.
Is it possible that this is what you are looking at?

I almost never use my outdoor fridge without the door open, and I found that bugs come in these vents from outside, and cold air comes in in cold weather, so I blocked them.
My 253RB only has one pass-through duct as you described.
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I also have the same model and year. No ducting connected to vent just a pass through to outdoor kitchen as previously described. I’m sure in other models that do not have the outside kitchen they connect ducting to it. I also blocked mine off with tape .
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