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Old 06-28-2016, 04:15 PM   #1
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I have recently purchased this unit. I'd like to know if I can move the bedroom AC to the garage area without modifications, and then I can I buy a kit to make the rear door into a patio area?

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I have recently purchased this unit. I'd like to know if I can move the bedroom AC to the garage area without modifications, and then I can I buy a kit to make the rear door into a patio area?

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me thinks not.....
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hmmm, I do not see why not?
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It can be done but there are a few things you may want to consider. Is the bedroom ac ducted? If it is you would have to replace the inside panel or be able to run thermostat wires. Is the garage area wired for ac? If not you would have to run wiring to the breaker panel, not always very easy. I'm guessing you have an ac unit over the center of the RV. Will that unit be able to cool the bedroom adequately? It might be easier to purchase a freestanding ac unit to use in the garage.
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