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Old 09-21-2016, 12:44 PM   #1
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Air Conditioners Covers

I have 2001 National Sea View mtr home. Does anyone know what brand
of air conditioners this model has? I'm 76 years old and can't climb ladders.

I need to by covers for air conditioners.


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I have 2001 National Sea View mtr home. Does anyone know what brand of air conditioners this model has? I'm 76 years old and can't climb ladders.
I need to by covers for air conditioners.
You can find the make and model number of most RV roof top A/C units printed on a tag/label located above the "removable A/C ceiling cover", (on the inside of the RV)...no need to climb onto the roof.

But it's not possible to remove and replace the outside shrouds/covers without climbing on the roof.

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If you have the original manuals from the MH it should include manuals for the AC units.
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