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Old 07-21-2019, 02:14 PM   #1
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interior overhead round a/c vents

i have a 31 foot national seaview model 8310 with 2 rooftop a/c units.

i notice that when i turn on my front a/c unit and put my hand up in front
of my a/c vents that some of my vents are blowing out harder and others are
blowing less and a few are barely blowing? was wondering if this is normal
or do u think that maybe some vent ducts maybe blocked or plugged up
somehow? just wondering if anyone else has experienced this problem
and what did u do to rectify the situation? thanks for any comments ort
help??
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They all blow different volumes of air
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Not a problem. Some are just closer to the source. If you want to change the distribution shut down the vents a little that are closer to the source. The source being the A/C unit itself.
The air path from front to back is a cutout in the styrofoam ceiling insulation.
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