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Old 07-28-2009, 12:30 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by dB*R View Post
"Pre-cool" eh? I will try this on our next trip to FL. Always something new to learn .
I do suggest to install installed curtains in your windows, this helps a great deal with heat load and keep them close all day. I am headed to Ocean City MD this coming week and it is suppose to be hot. I am going to take a surface temperature gun with me and test the heat at the windows from completely open to day/night shades closed and then with all window treatments close to see the effects. The site that I have, my camper will be facing full sun on the curb side, so i will try to be as accurate as possible with time of day and temperature.

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Old 08-05-2009, 01:47 PM   #12
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Did you switch the unit yourself? Or did you have someone do it.
I'm planning on buying a 15btu carrier and moving the stock dometic to the front rough in location, the unit is roughed in for two units but came with one and I think the unit is to big for one AC.
I'm wondering how hard it is to install the unit?

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2004 2500 Dodge quad cab
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