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Old 08-24-2016, 06:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Steve29rlx View Post
Looks like I am in the minority here, chooseing a non-ducted bedroom a/c. It is loud, the living room a/c is also loud. The bedroom a/c does not keep me awake, It drowns out outdoors noise so I can sleep. I wonder why Wildcat decided four vents was enough for the 29rlx. My trailer seems to stay cool enough with one a/c and four ducts. I can't help but to think that a duct in the kitchen area would be a good idea.

My camper has two a/c units, but the front one is not ducted and doesn't have a thermostat. You just crank it on and let it fly.

At first I didn't like that idea. Now, after camping in the heat, I have realized there is no exact climate controlling these campers. When it gets hot, you crank them. Brute force!

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Old 08-27-2016, 05:27 AM   #12
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Thanks Keisling

Originally Posted by Keisling View Post
I added a second A/C to my Wildcat last year. I went with a Dometic model 641915CXX1C0 A/C with model 3105935.47 Return Grill. This was all I needed to connect everything to the thermostat, wiring and ductwork that was already installed at the factory.
Thank you Keisling, this is what I was looking for.

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