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« on: June 27, 2009, 07:32:21 PM »

Question for Nick, are the Coleman and duo-therm roof airs wired somewhat the same??   I have two Coleman 13500 ducted units I would like to swap with a pair of new Duo-therm brisk air 15K units. I know they will swap holes and are powered with 110 power, my concern is the control wireing to the Coleman wall mounted thermostates, hopefully they will just plug in.>>>Dan
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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2009, 08:39:27 PM »

Hi Dan,

The coleman remote t-stat units use 22ga. wire to the t- stats. so, you would have to replace the cable in the wall to switch to Dometic.

The Dometic remote t-stat units use standard telephone cable. 4 conductor flat with clip in phone connectors to the comfort control center.

Dometic's comfort control ctr, can control up to 4 units using remote tempature sensors for each zone.

There is still a back order on Dometic Brisk Airs unless the dealer has units on the shelf. The plant fire in Mexico caused major delays but, they

are now starting to catch up with orders on new equipment. Parts however, are still on a 30 day backorder..

Hope this helps
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« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2009, 11:21:32 PM »

Thanks Nick, I allready have the 15K brisk airs. I wish to install them on a coach that presently has the Colemans that are in good working order but are 11 years old. I dont want to tear up the coach to do it. the Colemans are presently ducted but I guess I could install them as individual controled units using the diffuser controls..Huh>>>Dan
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