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Old 06-01-2010, 01:32 PM   #1
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Quick cool AC conversion ???

I believe there was an option in 2002 when I ordered my Sunline 2975, for what I think was called "Quick" cool or something like thatl on the AC.

You know a slide lever or something on the Ac unit, and all the cold air comes out directly from the AC unit into the room. As opposed to going thru all the duct work into all the vents in the camper.

I 'm wondering if anyone made the switch I believe I read somewhere there was a Conversion kit you could buy and I'm windering if I could install it myself ??

I believe now alot of the AC units in new campers, come standard with this feature ?

Of course this feature is very handy when you pull into a campground and it"s 90 plus degrees out, you get immediate cool air atleast in the room the AC unit is located.

Any thoughts/info appreciated.

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You know a slide lever or something on the Ac unit, and all the cold air comes out directly from the AC unit into the room. As opposed to going thru all the duct work into all the vents in the camper.
If that's what it is, I have it. Simply a sliding vent on the lower part of the AC unit and if you open it up, it shoots air right through there. I don't believe it closes off the other vents, but by simply taking the path of least resistance will take most of it out that vent. It's certainly much noisier when open.
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Old 06-01-2010, 03:12 PM   #3
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Yes it problably dosn't shut of the vent like you say it just take the path of least resistance.

Sure make a differeence in a hot camper. Just think if it's 90 plus degrees in the camper what is the temp in th attack ??

Maybe the ductwork is insulated some but it takes a while to cool the ductwork down.

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