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We just bought an 85 Minnie Winnie RV with a Chevy van front. The heater in the cab does not get warm. The fan works ok and it blows through all the vents, but no heat...

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It doesn't sound like hot water is circulating thru the heater core. That model should have a valve on the intake hose that goes thru the firewall. Check to see that the cable is connected and the valve is working. If it is working properly, the hose should become hot on the heater core side of the valve.

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