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.
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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!
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Air Flow is Everything
Cleaning the Air Filter (HowTo)
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In this video Jon Dee shows you how to replace the air conditioner in your RV. The hardest part of RV air conditioner replacement is simply getting the air-conditioner up on top of your RV. The RV air conditioner installation process is actually quite simple and only takes a couple of hours. Hopefully this video will help you if you have an RV ac replacement or installation job to do soon.
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
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...
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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It's easier to install an air conditioning unit where there already was one, but what about when you'd like to add one where there isn't already a hole in the roof. Learn how to cut a hole in your RV roof to install an AC unit, vent or sky light.
Along with posting questions, answers and partaking on the RV living community at http://www.pippenings.com you can now read and comment on my personal blog which will features posts and topics ranging from RV DIY renovations to RV living t...
http://RVtravel.com A RVer can't figure out where the condensation goes from his 1998 motorhome's roof air conditioner. Recorded during a live Webcast on Sept. 18 2010 at the Pennsylvania RV Show in Hershey. Play the video for the response from Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor. http://RVdoctor.com
The Filtrete filter from 3M is rated top by Consumer Reports in removing allegens from the air. Check them out here- http://tinyurl.com/Filtrete-Filter I have been using Filtrete filters for the past six years- since we got our new AC system. I change them about every two months and have never had a problem with air flow. They do make a big difference in cleaning up the indoor air.
Easy tutorial on how to clean the filter on your GE Window AC unit. If your air conditioner isn't running very well or you're waking up with a sore throat it could be that your filter needs to be cleaned. Cleaning the filter on window air conditioners is very simple and easy. This should help you do just that.
http://www.shop.everythingrvtv.com/FEMA-RV-Air-Conditioner-Trouble-Shooting-Repair-FRVAC.htm Let me walk you through trouble shooting the RV Air Conditioner and help you repair it yourself - saving you hundreds of $$. 2 more DVDs
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