quote:Originally posted by Steve and Brenda
The 2009 model has AC in the bathroom and it does get chilly in there
Steve and Brenda, you might be able to solve this by changing the duct directional thing to one that allows you to control the airflow from that duct. We did this on all our ducts in our Montana and it really evened out the airflow so we no longer have hot spots and cold spots because the airflow is 360 degrees out of each duct. And we can control how much air comes out of each. We limit the flow in the bedroom and increase it in the larger living room area. We do not have an AC duct in the bathroom but I think this would help you. This cost us $5 per duct. We did this a year or so ago and have been much more comfortable since the change.
The parts we got from a Jayco dealer but we see our Montana dealer also carries them.
Installation was easy. Just pry off the directional cap, the part that rotates, remove the four screws from the next piece but leave that piece (baffle) in place. Use those screws through the holes in the new cap and screw into the baffle. Alignment was not exact so I just rotated a bit and put new holes through the baffle.
The new cap has a screwlike center. Just rotate it to change the airflow amount.