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Old 03-30-2019, 11:41 AM   #1
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Is there a reason for air flow from the A/C behind the last ceiling register in the bedroom? Does that cool the end cap area or is that just wasted cooling of nothing?
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Old 03-30-2019, 11:51 AM   #2
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Is there a reason for air flow from the A/C behind the last ceiling register in the bedroom? Does that cool the end cap area or is that just wasted cooling of nothing?
Some think so. From this morning ==>
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If its ducted, you can block off the ducts after the last ceiling vent. A lot more air flow and cooler. Did this to mine and it helped. Also awnings on side windows. Put on mine, both sides. Also helps.
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Sure helped on my unit. I cannot see any reason to cool the front and rear caps. With one of those IR guns, you can see the difference in the temps. Of course some my think different. Do what works for you!
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Just a guess, but do they make one basic trailer shell and install different interiors? That might explain the ducts in odd places. Might be for another floor plan.
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I guess this is a question for FR. Thanks.
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If you have one of those cameras to look,in areas where you can't see directly. Mine were channels that ran the length of the unit. You could cut in a vent anywhere along the run. Unless you are adding another vent, block it off going away for improved performance.
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