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Old 07-20-2013, 02:20 PM   #1
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Carriage 37cksls bedroom AC 2 duct or not 2 duct

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Are the bedroom AC ducted or not? I'M getting a bedroom AC and was wondering if I need to buy a ducted or not ducted AC. Is there air ducts
already in place for bedroom unit, it seems it would be better if it is ducted.
So the question is, to duct or not to duct!

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Yes, there should be ducts in the ceiling all ready. The spot in the ceiling is normally marked by a plastic rosette screwed into the center of the spot for the AC. Most people that put in the extra unit do NOT use the ductwork. You will get a faster cool down with the "dump" method of supply of cold air. When you hit a campground at night and want to cool the rig, the dump unit will put out colder air faster. You would normally run the LR unit for night usage.

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