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Old 07-27-2015, 06:52 PM   #1
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I have a 2012 28' Flagstaff, of course 30 amp. I want to add an airconditoner to the bedroom. Does anyone know what would be amp draw be for the additional air conditioner? Has anyone added an A/C and how did it work out?
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I have a 2012 28' Flagstaff, of course 30 amp. I want to add an airconditoner to the bedroom. Does anyone know what would be amp draw be for the additional air conditioner? Has anyone added an A/C and how did it work out?
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Most RVs that that have a second A/C have a 50 amp service for a reason. An A/C needs 16-20 amps to start up and two A/Cs would be just over the max. The only way you could get away with this is to add a second power cord to the power pedestal and hope there is a slot to plug it into.
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Buy a 5000 BTU window AC, and put in emergency exit in the bedroom. You are NOT permanently mounting, just a temporarily at the campsite. Use heavy duty extension cord to pedestal.
Need to use the emergency exit? Push it out and let it fall to the ground
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