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    A23-24 Heat

    Hello All,

    I know that i have asked this question before but i will try again. I fly a an a23-24 Super III fuel injected, NO CARB HEAT. There is pleanty of heat from the `defrost`setting. It comes from a take-off rom the muffler shround and from threre straight to the firewall. There is little to no heat available from the floor or `cabin heat`setting. Air flow is there but cold. The Cabin heat hose comes from another take off from the muffler shroud to a mixer box. The Cabin Air selection works as advertised and turns the outside air on or off by closing or opening the gate that enters the filewall. The mixer box has 2 hoses entering it. One for staight cold and the other from the muffler shroud. They enter on opposite side to a `T` that enters the firewall. By moving the cabin heat selection it moves a `damper that directs air either from the muffer shroud or the cold outside air into the firewall. However, there is a round hold cut on the engine side of this `T`. You can see the damper moving no prob. Is this the way it is supposed to funtion. I have a great pic but not sure how to post in this message. e-mail me and i will send anyone the pic. Any suggestions.

    macdon221(at)yahoo.ca





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    A23-24 Heat

    >I fly a an a23-24 Super III fuel injected, NO CARB HEAT. There is pleanty of heat from the >`defrost`setting. It comes from a take-off rom the muffler shround and from threre straight to the >firewall. There is little to no heat available from the floor or `cabin heat`setting.

    My A23-19 required that the Cabin Air be on in order to get cabin heat.

    Don't know what the model/serial range was that was plumbed this way. It is possible that yours is the same.


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    Birmingham, AL



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    Sounds the same as my A23-19. There are two scat tubes running from the front of the cowl to provide forced air. One is for the fresh air on the left side of the "T" and the other goes to the front of the muffler shroud to provide air over the muffler for heat. On the right side of the muffler shroud is a 8 inch length of scat that goes from the shroud up to the right side of the "T" for cabin heat. Make sure that the flapper inside the mixing box is working the proper direction. For full heat it should deflect all of the air from the right tube into the cabin and close off the fresh air side. Anywhere in the middle will blend the heat for temp control. Make sure the cabin air control is pushed all of the way in, or open.

    My little Mouse makes more heat that I know what to do with. When it is really cold out, I pull that baby full on and adjust upper body temp with the eyelets on the panel. Keeps me comfortable and my feet nice and toasty!

    Good Luck!

    Sam

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