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Old 04-14-2013, 07:09 PM   #81
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Geez you've been busy, looking real good!!
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Old 04-14-2013, 07:48 PM   #82
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Nice work LaydBack! Looking really good. How were your AC ducts? Did you have to seal them up much? I went around to all of mine and they looked pretty good. Where'd you get the towels racks from?
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Old 04-14-2013, 08:11 PM   #83
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Nice work LaydBack! Looking really good. How were your AC ducts? Did you have to seal them up much? I went around to all of mine and they looked pretty good. Where'd you get the towels racks from?
The ducts weren't bad at all, just not sealed to the vents. A couple were right up against the sidewall of the duct. For some reason the off door side vents in the bunkhouse have lower flow than the awning side. The white towel bars are from Amazon, I'll try to post a link when I get home. The one in the half bath may also be Amazon, but I had it left over from my kitchen remodel. I think it may be Rev-A-Shelf brand.
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Old 04-14-2013, 08:15 PM   #84
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The ducts weren't bad at all, just not sealed to the vents. A couple were right up against the sidewall of the duct. For some reason the off door side vents in the bunkhouse have lower flow than the awning side. The white towel bars are from Amazon, I'll try to post a link when I get home. The one in the half bath may also be Amazon, but I had it left over from my kitchen remodel. I think it may be Rev-A-Shelf brand.
Might want to open the master AC and check both side of the ducts to make sure there aren't any gaps. It will create flow problems if the AC is escaping into the roof and not being pushed into the vent. Had that problem on our last one (more so with the air not being pushed clear to the from bunkhouse.). Closed it up and what a difference in air flow and temp.
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Might want to open the master AC and check both side of the ducts to make sure there aren't any gaps. It will create flow problems if the AC is escaping into the roof and not being pushed into the vent. Had that problem on our last one (more so with the air not being pushed clear to the from bunkhouse.). Closed it up and what a difference in air flow and temp.
Good suggestion, I did drop the main covers and seal in there as well. They were done pretty good too, not much was required. It could be that there's 1 more vent on the off door side.
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Could be. If I can remember from last weekend when I did this there are 5 in the living room 4 in the bunkhouse, 1 in the main bath and 2 in the master bedroom. The ducts run out of both sides of the AC from front to back. You added one in the 1/2 bath which would be the other side of the single in the loving room.
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Nice work LaydBack! Looking really good. How were your AC ducts? Did you have to seal them up much? I went around to all of mine and they looked pretty good. Where'd you get the towels racks from?
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:01 PM   #88
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We did the same with our trailer with the heat and ac vent. Some of them had enough room to pure your fingers into the cavity around them.
At the ends past the last heat and ac vent I spray foamed the space as I could see openings at the end of the ductwork with a mirror.
It made a huge difference in air flow and we actually had to close off part of the bed room vent as it was now too hot.
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has anyone figured out a way to get more pressure out of the shower head?
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has anyone figured out a way to get more pressure out of the shower head?
Change it out and put in an Oxygenics Shower Head.

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