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Old 05-15-2012, 03:59 PM   #1
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a/c ducting

Does anyone know how to make sure the ducts are not collapsed or separated in the ceiling? When we divert the a/c in our Class C Gulfstream Eurocruiser to the ceiling outlets some are strong and others provide very weak air flow. The switch for downflow yeilds a lot of air but little comes out the bedroom vents.


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Old 05-17-2012, 07:13 AM   #2
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Air takes the path of least resistance and the ducts closer to the fan will put more air out than the ones in the back bedroom. You could add a second smaller AC unit if you have the space for it. If your coach is 30 amp you will have to run a separate line for it. So when you pull into your sight you would plug both your 30 amp and your 15 dedicated at the same time. If you are working off the generator you will have to only run one.

Here in Fl my 15000BTU unit cant keep up with the sun so I am seriously considering installing a second unit in the bedroom.

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Thanks for the information. It's 104 around here during the day and the a/c with the blinds pulled is comfortable. My problem is no matter how I adjust the a/c vents that are not in the bedroom always seems warm to us. I use a small fan on the floor mid coach to push air into the bedroom but it seems to me there is a restriction in the ceiling ducts. Maybe a plumber's sewer camera? I don't think I would tackle what you are doing to stay cool in Florida.
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