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Old 03-11-2014, 10:58 AM   #21
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I'd just take it to the dealer and have them checked. If not low on Freon, then they need to figure out if it's a return issue.
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Old 03-11-2014, 11:01 AM   #22
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It is going to the dealer regardless. I am just trying to stay cool while I am out I'm it this week.
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Old 03-11-2014, 11:04 AM   #23
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It is going to the dealer regardless. I am just trying to stay cool while I am out I'm it this week.

I know this isn't helpful, but I *wish* my problem was an inability to stay cool! We're celebrating 60-degrees these days.
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Old 03-11-2014, 11:07 AM   #24
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I'd just take it to the dealer and have them checked. If not low on Freon, then they need to figure out if it's a return issue.
As weezer stated air flow is a BIG BIG issue.

The fans sometimes can push it away fast enough.

Op its funny how none of your vents are closeable.
Mine all open and shut as well as rotate.
But we never shut them so...... no need I guess.

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It is not unbearable here. It is only 70 but we have a 2 year old that needs a nap and it gets hot in the rv with it sitting in the sun.
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I wish I had the necessity to turn the AC on
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I wish I had the necessity to turn the AC on
I wish I had the necessity to have mine out of the shed!

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Old 03-11-2014, 11:13 AM   #28
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I wish I had the necessity to have mine out of the shed!

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Took the cover off this weekend Leaving for FL in 10 days and need to get everything taken care of before then.
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It is not unbearable here. It is only 70 but we have a 2 year old that needs a nap and it gets hot in the rv with it sitting in the sun.
Do this for now.

Turn fan to "on" and "high"
Keep a/c adjusted to a temp so it will cycle more often.

Removing filters may also do the trick for now.

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Op its funny how none of your vents are closeable.
Mine all open and shut as well as rotate.
Same here- none of my A/C vents are about to be closed or rotated. Just plain white circles with slats in the ceiling. I wonder if that was a change to Sabres after yours was built.
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