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Old 07-16-2014, 02:34 PM   #1
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Does the living room stay hotter since it is upstairs? In the 2014 and the 2015 do they have air returns in both the living room and the bed room or is it just in one room?
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:03 AM   #2
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Does the living room stay hotter since it is upstairs? In the 2014 and the 2015 do they have air returns in both the living room and the bed room or is it just in one room?
Actually, the living room stays COOLER because the forward AC unit sits right above it....for some reason, though, the bedroom stays much warmer during the day, even with a vent cushion installed
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How loud is the AC. And when watching tv can you hear the tv?
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How loud is the AC. And when watching tv can you hear the tv?
There is some noise, but you'll be able to hear the TV just fine
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There is some noise, but you'll be able to hear the TV just fine
Good to know, thanks. I know 5'ers tend to get hotter in the front regardless of floor plan. It's simply that hot air rises.
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Good to know, thanks. I know 5'ers tend to get hotter in the front regardless of floor plan. It's simply that hot air rises.
....and you're that much closer to the sun, don't forget
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Actually, the living room stays COOLER because the forward AC unit sits right above it....for some reason, though, the bedroom stays much warmer during the day, even with a vent cushion installed
This is so true, we have the 38FL, when watching TV in the living room, we close the AC vent or just turn up the volume. We installed a wall fan in the bedroom because it gets warm.
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Unless it is super hot, we only use the rear AC unit and a box fan in our 38FL. It keeps the front living area comfortable. The front unit is unusually loud while attempting to watch tv.

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In 90 deg heat and used the rear AC only and it kept the front at a comfortable temp. We have noticed the front does get a little bit warmer than the rest of the coach but have a 12 volt fan that we installed and can turn on when needed.
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