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Old 07-03-2009, 05:41 AM   #1
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ITASCA Ellipse 2006 40KD A/C Specifications.

Hi There.

Apologies if this is in the wrong place.

I am posting from the UK and have a urgent specification question about an ITASCA Ellipse 40KD 2006 that we maybe hiring out. I do have the 06 Ellipse specifications in front of me but they are not very clear when it comes to the air conditioning specs.

I understand that to maintain a comfortable climate, Ellipse comes with floor-ducted heating, ceiling-ducted TrueAir® residential central air conditioning. Compared to roof air conditioning, TrueAir cools 40 percent faster and runs 10 percent quieter.

Now please could someone clarify whether this means dual air conditioning ie it goes from the back bedroom through to main room or whether it is single; and whether this applies to the 40KD.

Will this RV be okay in the Nevada desert?

Thanks guys, I am eagerly awaiting your responses.


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