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Old 08-17-2013, 09:14 AM   #1
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Beaver Marquis 1991

Hi bought a Beaver Marquis after it had been in a building that caught fire,it destroyed the roof air con covers,can anybody tell me the make of the unit used on this model,also are all roof mount air con units built with a standard aperture so they are interchangeable with other makes?
also the 50 amp power lead is missing,can anybody tell me the plug type that fits the motor home's connection.
It may sound a strange request,why not look at the items,I have only seen the motor home once and because I have had it put in storage and can't get back to see it until next year I would like to buy these items ready for me to fit on my return, any information would be gratefully received,
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Old 08-17-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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Yes, all RV roof a/c's use the same 14x14 roof opening. Thermostat wiring can make substitution difficult, though. You may well have to upgrade the wall thermostat to fit a new a/c.

Look at the receptacle where the shore plugs in. It's probably round with curved holes for the plug. If so, it's likely a Hubble twist-lock connector.

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Old 08-18-2013, 05:30 AM   #3
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All use the same 14x14 opening, however while replacing a unit on an older Newmar I found out they use an offset supply/return layout in their ducted units (cannot use a standard AC) - I don't know if yours are ducted or use an interior ceiling unit. If ducted I would definitely go take a look before ordering anything.
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