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Old 03-01-2016, 05:26 PM   #1
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Finding a new cover for my AC

Hi , I have looking online for two new covers for my Duo-Therm ac units. I am not finding ones for my unit, they can not all be the same. Any good places to buy them? Thank you.
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I prefer the ones sold by Icon-Direct which are virtually indestructible. Might cost more but they will be the last ones you will ever have to purchase unless you have a roll-over.

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not sure what model you have but they sell them on Amazon. The key word is shroud...
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While you wait for a more knowledgeable post, check here Duo Therm Parts for Air Conditioners for Sale - PPL Motor Homes
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I replaced ours with the ICON shrouds as well.
We've been very happy with them.
Here's where I blogged about that project. link
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I looked at the ICON and they look nice, I can see no reason not to have the back enclosed. I will measure to make sure ,thanks everyone.
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I looked at the ICON and they look nice, I can see no reason not to have the back enclosed. I will measure to make sure ,thanks everyone.
I don't understand what you mean by "having the back enclosed".

They offer two models in your brand, Brisk Air, Old and New. You just have to measure what you now have and order the appropriate cover.

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I did mine with ICONDIRECT Shrouds back in 2011. I really like the louvered back it adds strength.
So far no problems at all and the fit was perfect.
Pictures here https://onedrive.live.com/?id=AE67FF...67FFF392766057

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If you go to the ICON web site it will tell you by model # if you need the old or new style.


The louvers on the back protect the cooling fins from damage link below




http://www.icondirect.com/categories...ioner-Shrouds/
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Hi , I have looking online for two new covers for my Duo-Therm ac units. I am not finding ones for my unit, they can not all be the same. Any good places to buy them? Thank you.
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In 2012 I replaced my 2 then 16 year old A/C covers because they were damaged by hail.

Although the Icon-Direct covers may be virtually indestructible, I purchased less expensive covers here Air Conditioner Shrouds & Covers - PPL Motor Homes .

Any A/C covers that will last 16 years is good enough to suit me.

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Thank you every one, ordered two today from ICON, they look great and all the good input from every one helped .
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