Originally Posted by homeless
I have a 2000 Suncruser with basement air that I love. I have a gas funerance that I hate. Problem is I don't want the gas funerance to come on at all at anytime. How can I simply cut it out of the system?
Do you have the heat pump option or just the standard basement air? If you have the standard basement air just don't switch the thermostat to heat and the furnace will never come on.
Personally my propane furnace works fine on my 2001 Adventurer even up in the White Mountains when temperatures are in the single digits. What is it about the furnace that you hate? Its a pretty reliable, quiet and odorless system that works well for many, many thousands of RV'ers being a well proven and simple design.
If its in need of repair I would simply fix it so it will work reliably as intended.
You can on the standard system just disconnect the thermostat wire going to the furnace or disconnect the 12 volt power feed to the furnace itself. If you have the heat pump then you'll have the heat stop working once it gets close to freezing out if you defeat the gas furnace making it so you'll need to watch the outside temperature and set out space heaters when it gets cold out.