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Old 05-10-2015, 11:57 AM   #1
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Trilogy RV AC problem

Hell everyone, we are new to the Forum. Hopefully we will get it right.
We have owned RV's for the last 30+ years and have experienced about everything you can imagine with tag alongs and fifth wheels.

We purchased a 2014 Trilogy fifth wheel (36RL) last May. Had a few problems which is normal with a new RV, Matt Swineheart with customer service was very helpful. However, we still have cooling problem. AC units were checked by two different servicemen and are working OK. Issue we have is excessive noise and are not cooling the trailer.

Has anyone else had an issue with the AC in these RV's. We like the RV but the heat in the summer is very uncomfortable, can forget about cooking inside. Also the noise from the AC unit is excessive.

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Old 05-10-2015, 12:05 PM   #2
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Hell everyone, we are new to the Forum. Hopefully we will get it right.
We have owned RV's for the last 30+ years and have experienced about everything you can imagine with tag alongs and fifth wheels.

We purchased a 2014 Trilogy fifth wheel (36RL) last May. Had a few problems which is normal with a new RV, Matt Swineheart with customer service was very helpful. However, we still have cooling problem. AC units were checked by two different servicemen and are working OK. Issue we have is excessive noise and are not cooling the trailer.

Has anyone else had an issue with the AC in these RV's. We like the RV but the heat in the summer is very uncomfortable, can forget about cooking inside. Also the noise from the AC unit is excessive.

Marty G
What brand of A/C do you have installed. Dometic had a problem with vibration and came out with a kit I think. Also more then likely you need to turn them on sooner to keep up with the heat. I always try to get a CG by 3:00 PM or I will not cool my unit until 8:00 PM or so. If I"m at a CG I turn it on early in the morning to try and keep up.
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We have Coleman units. We don't cut either unit off, we will turn them down to low at night. Roof gets hot except where duct for AC is run. We have installed sunscreen to all windows, which does help some. Have tried to cook using one burner on stove and temp inside gets up to 90 deg. Have thought about getting different units, but height is almost at 13' and we have the low profile.
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Well Hello, Sorry you are having a problem...Hope you get it worked out.
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