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Old 09-07-2012, 08:44 AM   #15
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If the second air unit is for the front bedroom then a non ducted ceiling package can be used all you need is 120V line which you have no need to run a t-stat line it's not there anyway and you still can run the 12V vent fan if you don't want to add the A/C there is a 12 volt light next to the vent hole that has power all the time you can tap 12V off that line to run fan it will work plain and simple to do I've done many install of those fans in the front bedroom

Certainly agree a non ducted AC is an option and the easiest one with 120v available. I wish I knew where you here getting this front bedroom idea. The OP hasn't even told us what kind of rig this is, year, make or model. I was thinking a TT or a C, but perhaps you recognized something as a 5er. But certainly, all he needs is a 12v source and he's good to go
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From the way the discussion is turning out we all can almost bet it's for the FT bedroom in a 5'er then it could be the back on a TT too maybe he will tell us inquiring minds want to know He got the thread in the 5th wheel discussion forum if it's not in the wrong place
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Sorry its a 99 king of the road fifth wheel. I will try to find the model. It is a 29 foot unit.

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He got the thread in the 5th wheel discussion forum if it's not in the wrong place
I missed that part
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