Director of Owners Interests, Heartland RVs
Jim can you tell me how to contact the Heartland wiring department,I need to know where the 120V Hot wire comes from that feeds the Island,both plugs are dead even if someone that has a 2008 3670 Big Horn could check there breakers and tell me what one shuts these plugs off.
I really need to know
We have a set of the camel suede pillows and used them the first 2 times out but now they have been relegated to the closet and soon to be removed from the BH I believe. With aproval from the other half of course. We will probably box them up with the matching bed spread in case we ever sell the BH to get a Landmark of course.
I am no expert on this but here is my simple understanding:
There is an electric heating element in the AC. It heats up (coils I think) and the AC blower, blows air across the coils and out into the coach. Works at any exterior temperature.
A heat exchanger process extracts warmth from the air and puts blows it out into the coach. Works in outdoor temperatures down to about 40* or a bit lower. This is a magic process to me
"They" say Heat Pumps are preferred over heat strips. But each has its Pros and Cons.
Our heat pump will defrost itself when it ices up and then go back to normal operation. Mine (I have two) continue to work fairly well down to 32*. I usually switch my main unit to furnace at about 34-35*, the bedroom unit gets turned off at or before the temp reaches 30*. My main thermostat shows heat strip, but doesn't have one installed. (I didn't order it when I ordered my RV). We use our heat pumps as our primary source of heat most of the time.