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Old 07-07-2013, 11:01 PM   #1
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Sabre 34TBOK 2nd A/C Ducting

Anybody else have the 2nd A/C option on their Sabre camper? When our primary 15k BTU unit is running, we get very little air flow into the front bedroom. I would expect that we should get normal air flow and it was explained to me that they front and rear A/C's would be ducted when installed from the factory. We are currently on 30amp service, so I cannot run both A/C's at the same time but our bedroom is too warm at night sometimes.

Do they block the ducts to the front bedroom when the 2nd A/C unit is put in, or should I be asking questions of the factory when I turn in my list of warranty issues?
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Old 07-07-2013, 11:11 PM   #2
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That's a good question that you can ask in the 'Ask the Sabre Factory Rep'. Here's the link... http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...rst-28599.html

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Old 07-07-2013, 11:37 PM   #3
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Thanks Dave. I did just that
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I have a 2012 V-Cross 275 fiver and I have two ACs and 50 amp service.
The AC in the living/kitchen, 15,000 btu is ducked in that area only. The AC in the bedrooml 13,500 btu is not ducked and is only controled with nobs on the unit.
They came from FR like that and the bedroom AC is a little nosiy as other have stated the same. Here in SE Texas I sur am glad to have the two ACs. Good Luck
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I have a 2012 V-Cross 275 fiver and I have two ACs and 50 amp service.
The AC in the living/kitchen, 15,000 btu is ducked in that area only. The AC in the bedrooml 13,500 btu is not ducked and is only controled with nobs on the unit.
They came from FR like that and the bedroom AC is a little nosiy as other have stated the same. Here in SE Texas I sur am glad to have the two ACs. Good Luck
That's definitely a difference in brands. I know for certain that the Sabres are both ducted.

Ironically, I'm in the bedroom now on a 30amp site, so we only have the main living area AC running. We're definitely getting a tiny bit of air out of the vent. Not much, but some.
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