Well, I got up on my roof and opened up my AC this afternoon. I was a bit surprised at how small everything is. I didn’t take any pics from the top (but should have).
Will describe: The evaporator stands up vertically. The fan is at the rear. It blows forward, through the evaporator, and down into a small plenum above the front half of the quick cool openings. Looking down into this evaporator plenum, only the forward half of the quick dump openings, which are at the bottom of the plenum, actually have direct access to the plenum.
At the top of the evaporator plenum are two approximately 1” by 3” openings that allow cool air into the ceiling ducts. On the curb side, I could put my fingers in pretty far. But on the street side, although the opening was about 1” x 3”, there was foam blocking the top half of the opening.
I went down in the trailer, pulled the first register in front and the register behind the AC and took some pics. Pic #1 is looking forward from the rear register. On the right, you can see some light coming in from the evaporator plenum. In Pic #2 I set a small LED light into the duct at the front register. You can still see the light coming in from the evaporator plenum. It’s about 28” from the evaporator plenum to the front register.
I went back on the roof with an X-acto knife and I cut out a bunch of the foam in the opening on the street side. Pic #3 shows the duct after I did that. You can see the loose foam I cut out sitting in the duct and you can see that there’s more light coming in from the evaporator plenum. So I’m hoping this will improve my air flow on the street side. And all that loose foam will come flying out!
Also: The cool air plenum and the warm air plenum are only separated by a flat piece of some material. There is some soft foam on each end. The street side end sealed pretty well, but there was wiring coming through the curb side and I could stick my fingers through the opening. I'll have to get up there again and plug that hole.