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Old 07-04-2012, 03:24 PM   #1
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The Air Conditioning Works!!!

My wife and I spent some time cleaning out the camper this morning; before all the heat hit, and I decided to run out to Walmart and get a 30 amp to 15 amp plug end so I could test out the AC today. My owe my is it nice in there! At first we were over 90 degrees, now it's almost 65, Yay!!! I felt like laying down and taking a nap. I am so greatfull that the AC works!!!
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Old 07-04-2012, 05:12 PM   #2
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Like it when things work that well. We just made our first long distance trip in our Sunline, glad the ac works well, the first day here on July 1 in Pigeon Forge the temp was around 106 degrees.. Very hot and dry that day. Next day after a thunderstorm, much better. Been a good week camping here at EaglesNest Campground.

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Well Great!!! Yes, having the AC work is a really good thing...

That is at least one thing you do not have to fix. I use to be a hard core backpacker but I must say, walking into a camper with the AC on when it is 95 out at night, no breeze sure beats the tent. The thought of basting in that tent until about 03:00 AM when it finally cooled to at least 85 has not yet left the memories cells and I do not think it ever will.
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Thanks Gene, been reading for a year now, good knowledge gained, on our 4th outing with our Sunline, was about a 6 hour trip... All the tips learned have paid off. Some fix up work to do on the Sunline later when we are not camping. But we are really enjoying it.
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