OK.. so it was sunny and in the mid 60's today so I decide to go ahead and tackle the replacement of my A/C Coleman mach roof gasket. I wanted to document my repairs in hopes of showing others that this is infact a DIY job if you are able (and not scared) to get up on the roof. This job total took me about 2.5 hrs from start to finish, taking my time and the total cost for this repair was$25 for the gasket from the local Camping World. If you recall this thread http://www.jaycoowners.com/showthrea...fridge-amp-AC)
which led to to discover my A/C gasket had failed during a camping trip in mid summer last year. OK, here we go..
Typical Coleman Mach roof top A/C unit (why do these fins break off so easy?? )
I removed the filter cover (two black plastic quick release screws) then the 4 spring loaded screws to start the shroud removal.
there is one of these retaining clips on each side that need to be removed along with the three phillips screws on the duct.
*Currently trailer-less but shopping
07' GMC Envoy w/ P2 controller (current TV)
88' Chevy K5 Blazer (soon-to-be TV)
74' VW Superbeetle (1303)