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Old 10-31-2013, 07:24 PM   #11
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If it's hot outside, how can you blow cool air in from the outside???
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Hot is relative. When it's warm outside, it's usually hotter in the trailer.
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Hot is relative. When it's warm outside, it's usually hotter in the trailer.
Would still want it blowing out to take the hot air from inside the trailer to the outside, while opening a window(s) on the shady side.
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Good one, but that's inside blowing inside!

Plus the noise would be horrible!
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