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Old 03-24-2016, 05:31 PM   #1
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RVAIR A/C Filter

Has anyone tried the A/C filter sold on RVAIR.Com? Does it work?
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Has anyone tried the A/C filter sold on RVAIR.Com? Does it work?
I dunno! it looks like a pre-filter. I have never liked the washable filters. I think they let too much dirt through them.

It states I would need the AC 110 - RV Air .

My plastic return vents were yellowed and when I looked for new ones the price was insane!

So I made my own return ducts so I could use quality pleated filters! Spent about $50 for two of them.



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Since the filters don't do much anyway, I would think the RVAir filters work as well (or as poorly) as any.
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