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Old 06-13-2014, 09:34 PM   #15
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WOW! Learn something every day. Didn't even know they made an RV without ducted a/c. Must really be bottom of the line.

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I wouldn't say " bottom of the line " more a smaller or entry level that many chose to fit their situations !!!!


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Old 06-15-2014, 06:19 AM   #17
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Our non ducted is the bedroom AC (13,500), ducted main AC (15,000).

FL summers can be 95+ temperature with humidity 90+. You need 2 AC's both running well to keep coach about 75* without either AC running 100% during the 95+ day.

When we were looking at TT's I only wanted 50 amp service, which meant at least wired for 2nd AC. Since you are at the "looking" mode, adding a second AC to a 30 amp system can be pricey and taxing to the electrical system. Look for a 50 amp RV, that generally assures you at least have the option of the 2nd AC.
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Old 06-16-2014, 08:46 AM   #18
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Our Keystone is both also, there is a slide on A/C vent/Filter area that you slide to make Blast strait down for fast cooling or close it to go to the ducts.
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Old 06-16-2014, 10:15 AM   #19
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We have found ducted to be a lot quieter and the ability to point the vents for us is also a nice feature.
My feelings on the subject exactly.. Ducted not as noisy. Plus epically on larger RV's better cool distribution.

NOTE: the very small dowside, I will tell you how small too.
You can go to any RV dealer and get a replacement for a NON-Ducted A/C. odds are it is in stock.. DUCTED they may have to special order one part to mate with your ducts.

HOWEVER: A/C's on my coach no longer made,, So when one failed I could not simply replace it (Air conditioners come in 3 parts, The ceiling (Lower) unit, the middle unit that is INSIDE the roof and the Upper unit up above the roof, That is the part that fails (Usually) and if you need replacement an OEM is the easy way).

TWO competing 3rd parties made "Drop on" replacements for the upper unit, I had to chnge one part in the control box and that's all. everything inside is identica (Did not change in fact).

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