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2007 Fleetwood F53 chassis, the temperature selection knob has pulled out dropping a small gear that apparently fits on the selection shaft and adjusts the heat temperature. I have attached a picture of my dash and am hoping someone can direct me on how to remove/access the backside of the controls.

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look up under the dash and find the fasteners /screws /or what every they used to secure the section to the main dash. Mirror and flashlight needed. Does your dash lift up. My Newmar did.

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Posted: 03/06/21 06:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Do you have the manual? In my FB group "Winnebago Vista 36Y owners", I have a "files" section with the Denso manual.

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Are you saying the Temp selector knob just turns freely(spins) without engaging the control shaft? Doug

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https://www.densoheavyduty.com/hvac-systems

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Sorry about the delay in posting back. Been involved in other "opportunities". I've attached photos of what I have. The knob came out through the front and the white gear fell from the back. The dash is attached to the front trim with screws, not sure of the part that holds the radio and climate controls.
Doug,I looked at that website and I've been unable to find anything similar to what I have.

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had to do mine take radio out.take radio bracket out. control unit is held in with tabs straiten tabs to pull unit out

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http://www.revbase.com/tt/sl.ashx?z=78fb9fde&DataID=619776&ft=1
Page 23 7A is not yours? Doug

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Sorry Doug,I looked at the Service Manual PDF.
Page 29 would probably be closer to mine, but neither page goes into enough detail to show how the temperature knob and gear fit back together.

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gb76087 wrote:

Sorry Doug,I looked at the Service Manual PDF.
Page 29 would probably be closer to mine, but neither page goes into enough detail to show how the temperature knob and gear fit back together.


You will never find that type info. The parts are only complete and nothing will show breakdown of the control assbly. Doug

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