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Old 08-27-2012, 05:47 PM   #1
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Bedroom A/C vent issue

I'm having an airflow problem on the curbside vents in the bedroom of our 2011 H.R. Vacationer 30SFS. No airflow at all. The tech at Camping World said they called H.R. and was told that the duct is sealed on either side of the wall between the bathroom and bedroom. I'm doubtful this is true. I fired off an email to H.R. tech service for verification. Has anyone had a similar experience? I might have to pop the internal A/C cover and have a look myself.

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Old 08-27-2012, 07:06 PM   #2
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I had a similar problem in my Monaco Monarch. I read on this forum that you could take the vent cover off of one of the offending vents, then take the one off next in line to it. Then take a flashlight at one end and a mirror at the other and check for light getting thru. Turned out the duct pipe on mine had gotten crimped and was not letting air pass thru as it should. I used a piece of water hose to work(carefully) into the duct and get it somewhat open. Never got it to work like it should, but it does work.
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