Originally Posted by nhfire152
Our maiden voyage two weeks ago was a good shake down trip. We had 50 amp service which allowed us to try everything out.
This weekend we stayed at one of our favorite spots which only has 30 amp on most sites. This unfortunately only allowed us to use our main AC unit. Temperatures were pushing 90 every single day and our site was not shaded at all. Needless to say, the AC had a REALLY tough time keeping the 375BHFS cool. Each morning we kept the black out shades drawn. The only light coming through was from the vent covers. We kept the bunkhouse door as well as the master bedroom door closed all of the time. Those end rooms were quite comfortable. The main living area however was not. With the thermostat set at 70, by noon the inside temperature in the main living area was 80.
Any thoughts or recommendations ? Is anyone else experiencing this?
Stayed a week in Aug at 92-95 with humidity levels in the 95% range under 30 AMP service and my unit was cycling on and off at 74. At night I go the unit down to 69 and it cycled as well.
A few things that make a difference. I have slide toppers. There was a little shade from some trees and I have plexi glass on my screen door to limit the transfer of air allowing me to keep the hard door open.
The kids bunk room also has a vent shade stuffed in the vent to keep temps down back there.
My front BR and closet were the warmest due to my color combo.