RV Air Conditioning & Cooling: Tips & Tricks


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Welcome to the Great Outdoors RV Tutorial video. Mait Parker shows you the proper use of your RV air conditioning unit, and explains how to clean and maintain them. Also quick tips and tricks to keeping your camper cool.

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17 replies
  1. buildthings79
    buildthings79 says:

    Everything else on the face of the earth has figured out how to make built in ACs but RVs and trailers are still behind the curve. " Hey Bob , thats a really nice RV design but you forgot the air conditioning"
    Bob responds " Yeah I know I ll just slap on a giant unsightly afterthought looking thing on the roof and call it done" .
    If they can run 75 ft of High and low pressure lines in my house into the attic from the outdoor compressor then it can be done on an RV. Just build the condenser and compressor into a vented side box and have a ceiling bulkhead that feeds ducts. Your already losing that much roof clearance from that box.

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  2. RVersity
    RVersity says:

    Always trying new ideas 🤔in my 🚐. Got some new ideas to try! So far I found keeping as much sun ☀ out is key. I have pre cut a bunch of reflective film for the windows and made sure ALL my windows are tinted. Also, driving or sleeping at the hottest times like 12-5pm has been helpful for saving on resources.

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  3. Daniel A
    Daniel A says:

    I have a 3500 watt champion inverter generator and it overloads, but the company advertises it can handle not only a 13.5k btu AC but also a 15k btu. I have a 13.5k btu. Do you think it's the start capacitor malfunctioning?

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  4. Knut Blaise
    Knut Blaise says:

    Mait that is an excellent video. You mentioned that RVS without ladders may not be walkable. I have a Coleman CTS192. Do you know if it is walkable? Also how do you maintain a roof which is not walkable? Thanks!

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  5. Dwight Stewart
    Dwight Stewart says:

    During the heat of the day, I use a generator to run my air conditioner (also charges the batteries). Otherwise, I might run the air conditioner off the RV's batteries by simply plugging the RV's main power cord into an inverter, with the RV's battery charger turned off at the fuse box. This combination provides a lot of flexibility.

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