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Old 06-24-2019, 11:40 AM   #1
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I have a 37 foot class a with two air units, both in front part of unit. They are only about 2 feet from each other. My dash air does not work too well so I have to depend on the coach air for cooling. Any sugggestions on how to keep it cooler in the cab?
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Without dash air, the only thing I can think of is a portable fan on the floor under your roof ac's blowing forward .
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I have used the fan method just mentioned. Worked real well.
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Yeah, a small fan or two to better circulate the roof air toward the front.
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You've also got a BIG heat radiator in the windshield - especially if you are driving on a sunny day. With our prior Bounder, we also ran the overhead dash fans to circulate that heat away from the windshield so the interior AC could cool it. Between those fans & the roof AC's moving the air, it was quite pleasant even on the hottest of days traveling.

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