Anyone add a bathroom A/C vent?
Presently camping at the Summerland Key (20 miles from Key West) KOA. Low 90s outside, low 70s inside. The Dometic A/C is doning a wonderful job of keeping our TT cool, and the humidity low.
The only issue is the bathroom is warm. No A/C vent, and even though the TT is fairly well insulated, it gets too warm.
I noticed the ducts don't stop at the kitchen. Tapping the ceiling in the bathroom leads me to believe the ducts continue into there as well. I'll sneak a tape measure into an existing vent to verify this.
Looks like it's a simple matter of making some measurements, cutting a hole, and adding a vent. One should do for such a small space.
Anyone do this yet? If so, where'd you get the vent? I'm thinking I can find one at Camping World.
Seven hour drive home in the morning. Going the KW to watch the sunset later. Roasted, toasted, exhausted!
Robert & Dawn
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