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Old 06-19-2021, 11:55 AM   #1
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Where is basement heat on a 37F Suncruiser

I have a (new to me) 2013 37F suncruiser. Can any of you 37F owners tell me if heat zone 1 or heat zone 2 heats the basement? Not critical for awhile, but an experienced owner could save me a bunch of messing around trying to figure it out.
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I own a 2012 Suncruises 37F. To my knowledge, electric heat in zones one and two is all in the ceiling A/C. Propane heat is ducted in the floor and would provide some heat to the basement but I doubt it would be evenly distributed throughout.
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