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Old 03-16-2019, 01:57 PM   #1
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I have a 2003 Holiday Rambler Endeavor with 2 rooftop A/C units-when I bought the motor home, neither unit had a filter. I donít know what filter they take as there is no defined place I see where a filter belongs behind the return air grille.
So my first question is what kind of filter and where to get it?
Second problem-Units are Duo Therm M/N:630035.331
I cannot find a Installation/Owner manual anywhere on internet that is specific to this model.
Any ideas would be helpful!
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I don't have the exact website at hand but google "Bryand RV" (or is it Bryant RV?), he has loads of manuals online.
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The filter behind the grill is a washable foam type.....thin and porous
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I don't have the exact website at hand but google "Bryand RV" (or is it Bryant RV?), he has loads of manuals online.
checked that website but could not find a manual for that particular unit.
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The filter behind the grill is a washable foam type.....thin and porous
There is no way that a thin foam filter would not get sucked up into the return air hole unless there were some way to affix it to the backside of the return air grille.—Maybe that is what I need to do—otherwise a thin piece of foam would be too flimsy and would get sucked up into the A/C unit!
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I have a 2003 Holiday Rambler Endeavor with 2 rooftop A/C units-when I bought the motor home, neither unit had a filter. I donít know what filter they take as there is no defined place I see where a filter belongs behind the return air grille.

So my first question is what kind of filter and where to get it?

Second problem-Units are Duo Therm M/N:630035.331

I cannot find a Installation/Owner manual anywhere on internet that is specific to this model.

Any ideas would be helpful!


Yours is a common unit. Look for Dometic DuoTherm Penguin Series 630. Or PM me and I can send a copy via email.
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The foam is supposed to be kept from being sucked up into the duct by a cross-cross of rubber bands on the 'inside' of the cover (yeah, I know, real hi-tech). Look on the inside of the cover and you'll see several nubs sticking out. The idea is to use them to stretch the bands from one side to the other.
I gave up on that idea several years ago because the bands would often break (then where would the little pieces sometimes go?), and instead have put the filters on the 'outside' of the cover, held in with blue-tape. We just don't look up now
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The foam is supposed to be kept from being sucked up into the duct by a cross-cross of rubber bands on the 'inside' of the cover (yeah, I know, real hi-tech). Look on the inside of the cover and you'll see several nubs sticking out. The idea is to use them to stretch the bands from one side to the other.
I gave up on that idea several years ago because the bands would often break (then where would the little pieces sometimes go?), and instead have put the filters on the 'outside' of the cover, held in with blue-tape. We just don't look up now
Any type of A/C unit must have a filter behind the return air grill. Someone took your out. Probably got too dirty and never got replaced. Go to lowes/HD and buy something to fit. A piece of foam, hogs hair, pleated material and some sort of backing to keep it flat.
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These are the filters you need

https://www.ebay.com/i/283141968744?chn=ps

Here a 2 pdfs which might be helpful
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File Type: pdf DuoTherm 630 Install Instructions.pdf (350.1 KB, 6 views)
File Type: pdf DuoTherm Parts List 630035.321.pdf (136.2 KB, 7 views)
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Well, mines still in place after nine years.....so, your A/C might just SUCK!
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These are the filters you need

https://www.ebay.com/i/283141968744?chn=ps

Here a 2 pdfs which might be helpful
Thanks for the helpful info.
I appreciate the feedback.
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Thin FOAM.......
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Iím about to pull the trigger on a couple of the diffusers from www.wackoproducts.com. The guys that have installed them say it makes a world of difference with noise.
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