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Old 08-20-2012, 10:54 AM   #11
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does this work with only one AC unit? Thought I read somewhere that this was only for a 2 AC unit's.
Sorry so delayed in responding. Currently and have been in SE Asia for the last 8 days with little down time. This works with ducted systems. The ramp is made from aluminum flashing and I also used metal duct tape to seal it up fully. You need to find the middle of the fan flow down and set the peak in the middle to direct the airflow to the front and rear ducts. I then taped it up in there fully and then put the cover back on. A 8" roll or about 4ft of flashing should do it for you. I would also add th rear duct to increase the airflow in the BH.
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Mine is ducted to one in the front bedroom, 2 in the living area, one in the bathroom and one in the bunkhouse. I can't look now since TT is 300 miles away, but do I simply divert to the front and the back, or do I have to divert to each individual duct? Thanks for your help.
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Old 08-21-2012, 03:25 PM   #13
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Mine is ducted to one in the front bedroom, 2 in the living area, one in the bathroom and one in the bunkhouse. I can't look now since TT is 300 miles away, but do I simply divert to the front and the back, or do I have to divert to each individual duct? Thanks for your help.
You will just want to split the air between the two duct feeds coming from the ac unit. Once you take off the cover you will see what I mean. Directing the airflow to the ducts as opposed to forcing it in there will increase the efficiency of the airflow. If you need to add a duct in a room you feel that needs more volume then do so. You can always close a duct in an area not being used to get more flow into the rooms you do need it.
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I have a 2010 365 BHS and I have tried everything to cool the backroom. I am installing a 3rd A/C in the bunkhouse. It wil not be vented and the cost is 1,000 dollars. I will have another 30 amp cord above my 50 amp cord. I will plug in to both 50 amp and 30 amp at the campsite. I think it is a expense fix for a poorly designed A/C from Jayco.
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3'senough -
I was curious about your diverter mod, too. I found the post here, but the pictures have disappeared. Are the pictures accessable elsewhere?

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