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Old 05-13-2022, 07:38 PM   #1
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A/C “Deflection” on Jay Feather Micro

Hey everyone!
I have a Jay Feather Micro 171BH. The A/C puts out a lot of cold air. Unfortunately it’s at the rear of the trailer. My kids in the bunk beds get freezing cold while I’m hot as heck in the front queen bed. Obviously they make magnetic reflectors for home use but the A/C unit does not have anything magnetic. Has anyone found a way to increase the airflow to the front of the trailer? Thanks! Cheers, Andy
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Old 05-13-2022, 07:44 PM   #2
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What AC unit do you have? Is it a roof top unit?

All roof top units I have seen have both a front and rear discharge. I recently saw a YouTube video of someone replacing the inside cover to one that had additional discharge ports. Unfortunately I did not pay attention to what model coleman he had. The new cover was Bluetooth capable, which might help in the search.
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It is a rooftop unit. Either domestic or furrion. The outlet is completely flush with the ceiling. I have also seen units with a front/rear discharge. This unit simply shoots air straight down. And it’s next to the bunks. Ha. Kids don’t like it at all.
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I would say figure out exactly which make and model yoi have. Then maybe we can find a solution.
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See if a small fan for circulation helps until you figure something better out?
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