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Old 08-22-2016, 03:32 PM   #41
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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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Thats it to the exact. Beaware there is no packing around the ac so it might come in damaged. Just saying.

The sensor kit is number
3106486.008

The little sensor cover is white. I had to paint mine black.


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Old 08-22-2016, 03:33 PM   #42
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Thanks. I'm not in any hurry to order, so I may just wait until my next trip in two weeks and drive the truck to the airport.

Thanks again for all of your help and for being the pioneer!


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Old 08-22-2016, 03:36 PM   #43
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Thanks. I'm not in any hurry to order, so I may just wait until my next trip in two weeks and drive the truck to the airport.

Thanks again for all of your help and for being the pioneer!


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Hey no problem!! U need to look at your ac that u have now and see which one u need the cat 5 to. Mine was the bedroom.
On the control box there are two rj11 connectors but one ac only has one plugged in. The third ac will plug into that one.

In the 3rd ac control box turn on zone three dip switch and reset ur thermostat and it will pickup the third one.


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Old 08-22-2016, 03:51 PM   #44
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Hey no problem!! U need to look at your ac that u have now and see which one u need the cat 5 to. Mine was the bedroom.
On the control box there are two rj11 connectors but one ac only has one plugged in. The third ac will plug into that one.

In the 3rd ac control box turn on zone three dip switch and reset ur thermostat and it will pickup the third one.


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UGH of course I think I have to run to my master bedroom too. I remember seeing both receptacles full on the one under the main A/C... I was l up there looking for holes in the duct work. For that matter I bet you could run that cat5 all the way down the ducts and that would be one less cable to wrestle through the attic. I scoped my ducts looking for open joints thinking that was the issue. They do in fact run all the way from front to back on both sides.

I warned the wife today too that if this recall doesn't fix it and we are also putting the heat shield tint on the windows, that we are in fact doing this. A total pain to have to do so.......
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UGH of course I think I have to run to my master bedroom too. I remember seeing both receptacles full on the one under the main A/C... I was l up there looking for holes in the duct work. For that matter I bet you could run that cat5 all the way down the ducts and that would be one less cable to wrestle through the attic. I scoped my ducts looking for open joints thinking that was the issue. They do in fact run all the way from front to back on both sides.

I warned the wife today too that if this recall doesn't fix it and we are also putting the heat shield tint on the windows, that we are in fact doing this. A total pain to have to do so.......


Yea we shouldnt have to do all this to a 45,000 dollar rv. But in order to meet our needs i guess its a must.

Yea i ran it thru the attic andnot the vents. The vent system has enough problems without me making more holes lol.

My vent system is a big u. In the bedroom there is a horseshoe that ties both ducts to each other so air can balance between the two ducts. I found this out when i was cutting more vents in. I missed about a 1/4 of the duct when drilling out the vent holes in the bedroom.

With 3 acs you can get cool in there. No need for window stuff. It makes it liveable again.


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And this thermostat is the one you have as well?
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And this thermostat is the one you have as well?


Yep thats it. Ccc2


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With 3 acs you can get cool in there. No need for window stuff. It makes it liveable again.


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Honestly, I think my 'Piper does a good job. It maintains a little better than a 20* delta even with the kids coming in and out. I think it could be a little better as it sits, but not much. I simply like it cold. I want 68*, not 76* while I am at the beach. I honestly don't mind having to add the third AC. I really don't think there are any units out there that would meet my expectations with 2 ACs.



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Honestly, I think my 'Piper does a good job. It maintains a little better than a 20* delta even with the kids coming in and out. I think it could be a little better as it sits, but not much. I simply like it cold. I want 68*, not 76* while I am at the beach. I honestly don't mind having to add the third AC. I really don't think there are any units out there that would meet my expectations with 2 ACs.



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We keep our house at 72. The best i could cool our new onewas 76-78 degrees which wasnt enough for us. Taping all the vents and stuff helped out alot. And in 80 degree days it would do fine with 2 or even one but if we want to go camping at the beach in the summer with no shade that wasnt cutting it. Id rather have too much then just barely getting by. Plus now if one unit dies while were camping we dont have to leave.


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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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I have some cat5E wire that I will use. The A/C in the living area has a t-stat but the one in the bedroom is manual. I'm just going to buy the ducked ceiling mount and leave the vent open. I will post some photos later so others can get different ideas on way to run the cable. I'm tapping into the Washer/Dryer outlet which is on a 20amp breaker.
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