Winter draughts

Discussion in 'Hymer' started by JeanLuc, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. JeanLuc

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    Has anyone else experienced slight draughts from each side of the flat dash on their A-class Hymer? It is only noticeable in winter when travelling at a decent speed (e.g. motorways). The draught comes from the area where the flat, fabric-covered dash dips to meet the walls beneath the side windows. Obviously cold air is getting through from the engine compartment. In summer this is no problem, but at this time of year it can cause a bit of a chill on a long trip and we have to keep the heater at a higher setting on motorways. Once we slow down, the heater is set lower, otherwise we 'bake'.

    Hymer version is 2003 Starline as shown in the avatar. Has anyone found out how to solve the problem with well-placed insulation? (I fear access may be as tricky as trying to effect the well-known, but almost impossible to achieve, left-right adjustment to the headlights!)

    Any ideas folks? :secret:
    Philip
     
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