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Old 08-10-2019, 04:30 PM   #1
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Hello everyone, I just had adopted a 2004 shamrock 21 hybrid. I was wondering if anyone here would happen to know the specifics about this hybrid? I am in the process of repairing the floor in it and need to know what the original equipment was that when it came from the factory. I believe the ac unit was switched out and would love to know what the original unit was (name model number, etc.) I知 looking to put the original in and have it duct through the ceiling like it once did. Also so I can control the unit from the thermostat. Any input is greatly appreciated!! God bless you all!!
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Pics of what your'e talking about will be helpful.
I thought thought that the 2004 Roo/Shamrock 21 had "Blast from the Center" air conditioners, not dusted a/c.
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I just took some pictures of the ceiling and it shows the holes cut in the ceiling. I removed the adjustable vents so they could be cleaned. I don’t know how to upload the pictures
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I don't know if this will help or not, but how about this link here?

https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2008-...an-21rs-tr1024
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Old 08-10-2019, 06:19 PM   #6
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I don't know if this will help or not, but how about this link here?

https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2008-...an-21rs-tr1024
There was no 21RS in 2004.
The OP has a basic 2 bunk end hybrid TT. Don't think it has any slideouts.
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I don稚 know what rs means but thank you for the website I知 looking for what name brand and model numbers of the ac unit the furnace mainly thank you again for all the help greatly appreciated
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I don稚 know what rs means but thank you for the website I知 looking for what name brand and model numbers of the ac unit the furnace mainly thank you again for all the help greatly appreciated
RS means Rear Slide. The 21RS had a rear queen bed slideout.
FR had numerous problems with the rear slide and discontinued it.
Unless you find someone who owned a 2004 Roo or Shamrock 21, I doubt you'll find that specific information.
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I don't know if this will help or not, but how about this link here?

https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2008-...an-21rs-tr1024
Thank you for the website got some good info !
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Those links are for a 2008 model, OP is saying he has an 2004 model which would be different in many areas. I can't find a 2004 in that model. The 2008 did have a 13.5 ducted air option, but most came with the thru the roof down draft. If I were replacing an AC I would always get a 15K.
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Thank you for the response, I will definitely upgrade to a 15k I知 trying to find out the wiring schematic to see where power goes and how thermostat gets hooked in. Thank you for all your help!
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Thank you for the response, I will definitely upgrade to a 15k I知 trying to find out the wiring schematic to see where power goes and how thermostat gets hooked in. Thank you for all your help!
Sorry but a schematic doesn't exist.
And it would help if you posted pics of where the original a/c was and the ceiling a/c ducts.
I thought that 2004 smaller hybrids came with a non-ducted a/c.
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I can't find a 2004 listed, but the 2008 came with 13.5K through the roof and it had 13.5K ducted as an option. I suppose you could get a 15K if you already knew the score with 13.5K not being sufficient.
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I did find one listed with specs...
2004 Forest River SHAMROCK - Travel Trailer | RVWeb.com
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Hello everyone, I just had adopted a 2004 shamrock 21 hybrid. I was wondering if anyone here would happen to know the specifics about this hybrid? I am in the process of repairing the floor in it and need to know what the original equipment was that when it came from the factory. I believe the ac unit was switched out and would love to know what the original unit was (name model number, etc.) I’m looking to put the original in and have it duct through the ceiling like it once did. Also so I can control the unit from the thermostat. Any input is greatly appreciated!! God bless you all!!
Look at the link, it has specs and pictures. enlarge the pictures. Looks like the standard roll vinyl flooring they put in them now. Some folks have put in wood floor, but that really adds weight like real tile.

http://www.rvweb.com/guides/manufact...-1086886523318
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