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Old 10-01-2016, 09:24 AM   #1
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Hi, I just purchased a 2008 Jayco pop-up, no AC. But in looking at the roof, it appears that there are two roof supports and a vent window in between. See pic.

I need to measure, but I'm thinking that vent can be removed and the AC.installed in that existing hole. Am I correct a out this?

Also,.I have a 10/20 breaker and room for two more in the electrical box. Would the AC go to a new/seperate 15 or 20 amp breaker?

I hope I'm right, if so this could be a 30 minute job with no roof cutting!

Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-01-2016, 11:37 AM   #2
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That is correct. When the A/C is factory/dealer installed they usually run a 12/3 cord with a plug to a seperate outlet wired to a 20 amp breaker.
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Even better on the prep, the vinyl strip (pouch) to the right (top?) in your photo is there to run the wires down. Ours had the wiring harness connector inside the cabinet directly under (cabinet held the HWT and A/C cord). Yours may already be wiring ready.
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Even better on the prep, the vinyl strip (pouch) to the right (top?) in your photo is there to run the wires down. Ours had the wiring harness connector inside the cabinet directly under (cabinet held the HWT and A/C cord). Yours may already be wiring ready.


That would be great. I will check. Thanks!
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