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Old 08-20-2016, 11:25 PM   #31
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You can and should use Dielectric grease in any and all electrical connections. It will keep water out as well as corrosion on contacts.


Yes i havent fixed mine yet but on my new ac and the other two connectors i coated them with no-ox. So hopefully it wont come a problem.


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Old 08-22-2016, 11:16 AM   #32
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To get from the basement to the attic there was a hide away cabinet i took out and went behind in our bedroom. From there i took vents out and lights out and took a fish tape to one light to a vent and to a light or what ever i could do to get there.


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Thanks. You may have answered (and if so I apologize) but did the unit you bought come with the ceiling assembly?

Hoping to get started on mine after the fall baseball season wraps up. I still don't have electric ran to the shop yet, so it's either dark in there (at night) or too hot when I can get some light (during the day). Hoping the power company gets it done in the next couple of weeks so I will have some lights to knock it out when it isn't so hot.




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Thanks. You may have answered (and if so I apologize) but did the unit you bought come with the ceiling assembly?

Hoping to get started on mine after the fall baseball season wraps up. I still don't have electric ran to the shop yet, so it's either dark in there (at night) or too hot when I can get some light (during the day). Hoping the power company gets it done in the next couple of weeks so I will have some lights to knock it out when it isn't so hot.




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It didnt come with the ac. It was seperate but i got one bundled price with the upper and lower unit. 660.00 for the 15k with lower unit. The multi zone box was another 95 bucks and the remote thermostat was 16.00.

I bought all my stuff local so i picked it all up with no shipping.


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Thanks again. Right after posting, I was finally able to answer my own question too (you just confirmed what I found). Most sites lacked some of that info. Dyers site helped clear it up for me.


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Another question... Since you and I live pretty close. Where did you purchase locally for that price?


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Another question... Since you and I live pretty close. Where did you purchase locally for that price?


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I bought it all from Campers Paradise in charlotte. They dont have a store front but mostly online sales. You can pick it up there at there dock door.

They also run down to rockhill sc everyday to pickup stuff at dometic. So u get a fresh ac.

Talk to Brady in parts. Idk if the forum will allow phone numbers but if you cant find it pm me.

Btw i bought a black ac but i think the white ones are cheaper.




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Brad, Why did you run 2 pair of cat5e cables? Was it because of 2 zones? I am running cable this afternoon to my garage in the toy hauler. It will be on a separate thermostat so I need 12v correct? Thanks for any help.
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Brad, Why did you run 2 pair of cat5e cables? Was it because of 2 zones? I am running cable this afternoon to my garage in the toy hauler. It will be on a separate thermostat so I need 12v correct? Thanks for any help.


Just in case i needed a pull wire for later or anything else i might need. Doubt i will ever use it but i had spare so i pulled two.

Yes you will need a 12 volt circuit if your not adding to the existing.

Its cheaper to use the thermostat if u have the ccc2 now.
You need a remote thermostat sensor and thr multizone box. You can use the ducted lower unit but just keep the vent open. You to u.

If you go that route you dont need anymore 12 volts back there.


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Brad, Why did you run 2 pair of cat5e cables? Was it because of 2 zones? I am running cable this afternoon to my garage in the toy hauler. It will be on a separate thermostat so I need 12v correct? Thanks for any help.


Remember the ac dont come with any controls with it. Its just the upper unit with a plug no theremostat or anything.


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Brad. Seeing as how you have just done this and are my "expert". Do you mind checking my part numbers? I have everything in my Amazon cart with free shipping except for the temp sensor.

B59516.XX1J0 - brisk air 2 black, 15 k btu.

3105935.047 - ceiling unit, ducted

3312020.000 - control center.

Total cost for all of these is $774.65 with free shipping. I'm still trying to round of the sensor, but will call campers paradise and try to pick it up Friday on my way home from CLT airport. I drove my little car to the airport so probably won't be able to get the rest and as a result just figured I would order it from Amazon.

Thanks for all of your help so far.


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