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Old 07-12-2017, 02:11 PM   #1
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Roof A/C

I have three roof A/C's on my 42 ft Bus. I mostly use the front and rear A/C. Do you use all three at one time?
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I have three roof A/C's on my 42 ft Bus. I mostly use the front and rear A/C. Do you use all three at one time?
It depends on how hot it is. There's no reason not to use all three if the outside temps require it. When it's mild I'll alternate between using the front and center ACs just to use the center one.
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It depends on how hot it is. There's no reason not to use all three if the outside temps require it. When it's mild I'll alternate between using the front and center ACs just to use the center one.
+1 Only time I can't use all three is if parked & doing laundry.
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I will use all three for a quick cool down. Then drop back to center and front. Use the rear not often, but try to use occationally so it gets exercised.
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We use all three all the time as needed, Just set the zone temps to where you want it to come on and let it do it's thing.

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Use all three to cool it down the just the front two during the day and the back one at night.
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