http://betterRVing.com In this RV how-to video, everybody's favorite Lazydays RV technician Ernie "The RV Guy" teaches us how to upkeep RV air conditioners in the midst of a hot summer and he keeps it simple for even the beginning DIY camper.
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With high costs to replace and hire someone to maintain your RV's rooftop AC unit, it's wise to keep it clean and inspected yourself. If you're comfortable on your roof than you can probably tackle the task yourself. Follow along as I show you how I clean and maintain mine.
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The RV air conditioning units that have been around for years are made in such a way that they really want to perform for a long time but with all those years and, like in our case many different owners, maintenance was not performed like it should have been and we were having issues with our AC not cooling enough. I made this Vid to show you want I found on mine and although I didn't Capture it on Video, it made the temperature drop on very similiar days from a pleasant 75 degrees after running...
It's not going to get cold, there's just going to be less heat. A/C is actually stripping the heat out of your RV, controlling the humidity, transferring heat, controlling temperature, and ventilation. A little maintenance and watching your voltage will give your a/c a long life!
Your RV Air Conditioner
Air Flow is Everything
Cleaning the Air Filter (HowTo)
Bad Volatge-The RV Killer (Good/Bad #...
Dometic Duo Therm RV air conditioner unit is designed to last. The shroud is made of high-impact polystyrene and the unit includes a reusable filter to help keep your interior feeling fresh. The ceiling assembly is slim with recessed dial controls. 13,500 BTU of cooling power.
These Dometic Duo Therm 13,500 BTU air conditioners are 12.7 inches in height. If you are looking for a smaller size, check out our Penguin Low profile RV air conditioner by Dometic.
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a dirty, dusty or clogged air filter. This video is applicable to 2002-2006 Honda CR-V models.
How to Remove a Camper Roof Vent and Install an RV Air Conditioner
This video shows how to remove a standard roof vent, and then install a new 2014 Dometic Brisk Air II 13,500 BTU A/C unit.
The camper shown is a 2012 Jayco model 1207 pop up.
In this episode, the Professor reviews the functions of the air conditioner, as well as reveal the name of the baby goat naming contest!
Air Conditioner Basics
How can I help my air conditioner be more efficient?
6 Ways to Reduce Heat Gain
1. Close the Curtains
2. Limit Stove and Cook Top Usage
3. Use Awnings to Create Shade
4. Utilize Fans
5. Install Roof Vent Shades
6. Change to LED type of Bulbs
As simple as it may seem, may people neglect these quick steps and it ends up costing them hundreds if not thousands of dollars over the life of the RV. Not only to the various air filters in your RV help keep the air inside clean, they are designed to help keep the system they are protecting clean as well. A dirty air conditioning coil is a prime example of an air filter that can cost you money. Not only does the A/C have to work harder and burn more energy in the process, it isn't capable o...
RV Lady, Ruby (RV Dog) & BRAVE my 26' Class A RV, travel the roadways as full-time RVers. We work, explore, repair and have common RV trouble we need to overcome. Lots of advice. Lots of laughter. Lots of 'real' RV life. Come follow along and send along any comments you have! :) Be Brave!
BE BRAVE! WHAT'S THAT MEAN: I hope you will come to understand, when I say, "Be Brave" it is meant to remind you, and me, that we possess the courage to push beyond ourselves and attain what, to so...