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Old 08-04-2013, 12:01 PM   #1
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2011 Winnebago Tour foil type material coming from a/c vents? Any suggestions.

I just started getting a lot of foil type material coming from the a/c outlets. The ducts in the Tour are foam.
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Old 08-04-2013, 05:47 PM   #2
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Good evening. This is a common problem. First, call Winnebago and find out if your fans are the new "quiet" type. If so remove each of the AC roof covers. Inside the covers is a lining of insulation. The glue has failed and the fan of the unit is shredding the insulation. Remove the insulation in all three units and clean the ducts with a vac. Problems solved. We have been in this '11 for about 2 months. Same thing happened when we bought it and this was the advice the dealer was given by the factory. If the fans are the older and more noise ones insulating is a good idea for sound reduction. Find a good glue and insulation at Lowe's or HD if needed.
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We just had to replace a blower wheel on our Coleman unit. We had pieces of foil coming thru the vents where the silver tape had come loose. You may need to get some silver ac tape at Lowes or Home Depot. It is handy to keep on hand for these ac units. We check ours once a year and replace any tape that looks like it is letting go. Missed this one and paid for it!
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Thank you both for the info, glad to know it's not to serious.
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Your welcome. Happy trails!
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