Don't knock it... AC's in the Windows.
Here in Oklahoma.... You have to do what's necessary when your AC goes out!!
These two 5,000 BTU units did well, cheap too at $105 each. I even painted the plywood inside and out. I used sliding bolt latches on the bottom with a overhanging flange on the top to secure it. It's a quick detach so if I ever had to get out in a hurry it can be done.
Best part is, now that my factory AC is repaired, I now have 25,000 BTUs of cooling!!
It's parked permanently at my spot by the lake we go to. I leave the window unit in the main room running and turn the others off and close the rooms off. Set the thermostat (manual) to about 80-85.
Even if the power goes out, it fires right back up once it comes back on because it's a full manual version.
I also ran the power straight to the two outlets at the pole. Therefore there isn't any load on my trailer's electrical system and I eliminated the risk of tripped breakers because of the increased load. (TT is only a 30A system)
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