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Old 01-24-2011, 10:19 AM   #11
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My main problem was no air flow to the back bedroom. Jayco only installed one vent in the back, the backroom is a large room. The room is divided by a door from the kitchen and the return air is not moving back to the main unit. I think I did the same repair on my unit as the service man from Jayco. All of the air from the main unit blows just to the back vents and not the whole camper.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:31 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Justcampin View Post
laast august it was 102 -104 and I camped out
My 2010 35rlts Designer with 2 a/cs and dual pane windows would only keep it to 87 deg. inside during the heat off the day (Not a happy camper)
I assure you I WILL BE an UNHAPPY CAMPER if my two (28,500 BTU total) a/c units do not keep my 5'er cool!

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