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Old 01-05-2012, 07:48 PM   #11
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Our trailer is not a 5er but the front ac is ducted and blows out all openings. We use it when we are in the living room and don't have to listen to the unit. At night we use just the living room ac and it blows quietly into the bed room.
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Old 01-05-2012, 08:58 PM   #12
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Our trailer is not a 5er but the front ac is ducted and blows out all openings. We use it when we are in the living room and don't have to listen to the unit. At night we use just the living room ac and it blows quietly into the bed room.
I really like that idea a lot!
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Old 01-05-2012, 10:44 PM   #13
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Our 2011 365BHS has both AC united ducted as well. I do need to research "the pizza box method" as the back bedroom has very little circulation even with both units running.
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I do the same as clutch except when I need the capacity of both units.
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Old 01-06-2012, 07:17 AM   #15
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i have a 2011 365bhs that has 2nd ac and is ducted, we seperated the service on it so we have the ability to use 2 shorelines 1 30amp and 1 20amp if we camp at 30 amp campground, i closed off ductwork as some others have to increase rear airflow my rear ac cools living and bunk only does not cool front of camper, the front ac will not cool rear of camper just front bathroom and bedroom, we have duct blocked between 2 ac's
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:36 AM   #16
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I have a 2010 365 BHS and my front A/C is ducted into the main unit.The camper came from the factory with two units. I am the one who invented the (pizza box) repair for the bunk house air flow repair for the 365 BHS. Yes, Woody it is a totally different A/C with the pizza box in place. You cannot cool the whole camper with the front unit. I have been in a 30.5 BHLT and I would not buy a big camper without the front A/C. Two units make a total difference and I can get my camper to 72 degrees in Texas @ 108 degrees outside.
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Old 01-06-2012, 10:50 AM   #17
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Ok, forgive my ignorance but what is the pizza box repair?
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Old 01-06-2012, 11:52 AM   #18
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You put the pizza box in the main unit to divert the air to the bunk house in a 365 BHS. The airflow is horrible in a 365 BHS for the bunkhouse from the factory.
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You put the pizza box in the main unit to divert the air to the bunk house in a 365 BHS. The airflow is horrible in a 365 BHS for the bunkhouse from the factory.
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I am sorry I have no pictures and my camper is in storage for the winter. I own a 2010 365 BHS. I have the same issue with the poor airflow in the bunk area. A major problem is the vent in the bunk room, I bought a vent pillow and this helps stop the heat from above. The real problem is the main unit in the livingroom. I took off the A/C cover and made an air diverter out of a pizza box. I took the box and inserted in the A/C cover. The box is angled towards the rear vent intake, this causes all of the air to go to the back vents. This is improved my A/C 100%.
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