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Old 06-22-2011, 06:54 PM   #11
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Photos 2 and 3 of 26 show the wall mounted ac, both interior and exterior views. It's pretty slim. http://www.whitehorserv.com/2011-jay...ed-NJ-i259673#
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Old 07-12-2011, 04:34 PM   #12
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We had the same valve-core problem with our 154. Sounds like a tire-manufacturing problem....
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Old 07-12-2011, 05:38 PM   #13
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The only gauge that is correct on that panel is the battery!!
I drain all my tank after every camp outing, black and gray at the pits and fresh as I go down my road to my house and in my drive.
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I just installed the same air conditioner In our bedroom at home. It has a normal fin grill at the back. I have never seen one of these in a RV before. I can see why they do it though. They cost a hundred dollars to purchase. The instructions say to have a quarter inch slope to allow the water to drain outside.
If it were me, I would level the trailer and just have it a tiny bit higher on the wall opposite the air conditioner. Oddly enough the one I have says not to install it through a wall. I think the reason for this was to protect the company from lawsuits. The manual was about 7 pages long. The first five pages had to deal with safety precautions. One page devoted to installation and operation and the last page service centers.
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Don't mean to hijack this thread, but DW purchased some allery tabs from Costco. Entire label, 90% anyway, is devoted to safety precautions. There are NO directions for use! Don't know if it's one in four hours, 12 hourse.
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