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Air Distribution Box w/ Wall-Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - White

Air Distribution Box w/ Wall-Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - White

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Air distribution box for ducted or ductless systems lets you replace or upgrade an existing box, or add a new box, in your RV or camper. The included wall-mounted thermostat has an LED display and controls the mode, fan, and temperature settings. 1-800-940-8924 to order Advent Air accessories and parts part number ACRG15 or order online at Free expert support on all Advent Air products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Air Distribution Box w/ Wall-Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - White. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Advent Air Accessories and Parts - ACRG15

  • RV Air Conditioners
  • Air Distribution Box
  • Advent Air

Air distribution box for ducted or ductless systems lets you replace or upgrade an existing box, or add a new box, in your RV or camper. The included wall-mounted thermostat has an LED display and controls the mode, fan, and temperature settings.


  • Air distribution box works with an Advent Air AC unit (sold separately) to cool the interior of your RV or camper
    • Replaces, upgrades, or adds an air distribution box and thermostat
    • Compatible with ducted or ductless AC systems
  • Wall-mounted thermostat with LED digital display controls the mode, fan, and temperature settings
  • 3 Slotted registers and a louvered vent provide maximum airflow
    • Registers can be closed to divert more air to the ducts in a ducted system
  • Curved, low-profile design gives you additional ceiling clearance
  • Removable air filter allows for easy cleaning to prevent dust and dirt build-up
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Includes mounting hardware and screw covers
  • UL and cUL certified


  • Overall dimensions:
    • Air distribution box: 21" wide x 21" deep
    • Thermostat: 3" wide x 3" tall x 7/8" deep
  • Thermostat temperature range: 60 F to 86 F (16 C to 30 C)
  • 2-Year warranty

Flash Freeze Technology

Advent Air Flash Freeze Technology

The air distribution box also offers Advent Air's Flash Freeze technology. This technology consists of 3 slotted registers and 1 curved, louvered vent that provide maximum airflow whether your system is ductless or ducted. This enables the unit to cool the interior of your RV or camper more quickly than other air distribution boxes that might only have 2 registers or don't have a louvered vent. If you have a ducted system, you will have air coming out of the ducts, the registers, and the vent. Or for more evenly distributed airflow, you can divert more cool air through the ducts and use the sliding switches to close the registers.

Wall-Mounted Thermostat

Advent Air Thermostat Mounted on Wall

This air distribution box includes a wall-mounted thermostat that lets you control the operating mode, fan settings, and temperature settings, and also turn the system on and off. Simply hit the MODE button to switch between 4 modes: cooling, heat pump, furnace, and heat strip. The heat pump mode will not work if the outside temperature is below 38 degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature does drop below 38 degrees, then the thermostat will automatically activate the furnace mode.

To operate the fan, press the FAN button. The thermostat offers auto, low, medium, and high fan speed settings that let you increase or decrease airflow as needed. In the auto setting, the fan will turn on and off with the compressor or furnace, and the speed of the fan will be determined by the temperature.

To set the temperature, press both arrow buttons. Then use the buttons individually to either lower or raise the temperature. The thermostat will display the temperature in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. To switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius, or vice versa, press both arrow buttons for 3 seconds.

Advent Air Thermostat Blue LED Display

The thermostat has a blue LED display and large, user-friendly buttons that are easy to see. 15 Seconds after the last button is pressed, the blue light will turn off, which helps save power. The thermostat also has indicator lights that act as a confirmation as to whether the fan, the cooling setting, or one of the heat settings is currently being adjusted.

ACRG15 Advent Air RV Plenum with Wall-Mounted Thermostat - White

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Air Distribution Box w/ Wall-Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - White - ACRG15

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (104 Customer Reviews)

Air distribution box for ducted or ductless systems lets you replace or upgrade an existing box, or add a new box, in your RV or camper. The included wall-mounted thermostat has an LED display and controls the mode, fan, and temperature settings.


The installation of this, replacing all my original Dometic parts and wiring, is fairly straightforward, although you won't get much help from the instructions as they are written for 1st time installs. When you get to your furnace wiring, you get just one wire from the Advent thermostat, where my Dometic unit had 2 (+/- 12v). After much research and reading a few blog posts, I learned that taping off the positive 12v lead (stuff it out of the way) and connecting the negative lead to the Advent thermostat wire allowed the Suburban furnace to cycle properly. The real frustration with this is that the plastic vent cover for the distribution box assembly is too big for the opening thereby blocking air flow through the louvers, should you choose to use them (they are flush against the ceiling). Of the 6 factory pre-drilled screw holes, 4 line up with the Advent factory assembly, 2 do not. The fix for this is to just put screws into my RV fiberboard ceiling. That is a poor workaround. I believe this poor fit is a design mistake although the Advent folks believe otherwise. If you buy this packaged kit, be prepared to have to field engineer it or use your original plastic vent (in my case Dometic) if you are using the standard 14x14 opening. I give the etrailer folks high marks for trying to help, however, they only sell it. Advent imports it. I include photos to better explain this.


Going with 3.5 stars, rounding up to 4. Seems very odd that the rear two mount holes do NOT go into the frame, but rather into the ceiling of the coach. Distro box itself is soft plastic and really directs a huge amount of air along the roof and rear, not much for being able to adjust down or around.

Going from analog thermostat with 6 wires to this digital thermostat and controller with 4 wires did have me run new leads from the unit down to my furnace. Having 3 fan speeds and the smaller thermostat controller is nice. I ran the 12vdc+, 12vdc-, furnace lines down to the same lines at my furnace, pictures included may help explain. From the control box, red (box) to red (lead) to red (furnace) and blue (coach) 12VDC+...Black (box) to Black (lead) to Yellow (furnace) and White (coach) 12VDC-...Brown (box) to Yellow (lead) to Blue (furnace) thermocouple control, previously the white wire at the analog thermostat.

Otherwise, seems to do all the things that it should, looks nice and is easy to operate. This unit replaced the coleman mach unit of unknown age in my 1993 Tioga Class C


I wired 120v to box... wired up thermostat..hooked up sensor for coil...flipped the breaker and nothing on 12v going to to call advent tomorrow...I'm in HVAC and never had this kind of problem.

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Jenny N.


I reached out to Advent and they would like to speak with you directly. I will provide them with your contact details.


These people are awesome! The air distribution box came, but would not function (we had a certified RV tech installing it). We contacted customer support and they sent us a return shipping label and a new air distribution box (which worked great). If I need anything carries, you can be sure I'll buy from them again.



Excellent! No problems at all.


The unit itself works great. We have to remove the cover when closing our slides. The cover is beautiful bigger than the original.


Great customer service, communication, super fast shipping ordered on Tuesday and received on Thursday. Both items arrived at same time, 4 days before expected delivery date.
Will continue shopping with 5 stars AAA++++++


It has been a good unit. It is still kicking out cold air. It would be even better if it wasn't as noisy but I have yet to see any rv acts that are. The price was the main reason I went with this unit along with free shipping, couldn't be beat. Also the customer service was top notch. Thanks


Ordered this to replace the 13.5 air conditioner I had this one has been great so far no issues definitely would recommend


Excellent service and fast delivery. The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is the unit is not 100% compatible with some Dometic units.
If you are replacing a unit that has a Dometic 3313379 control or similar with 2 furnace wires labeled y3 and y4 this will require a additional relay.
The advent system has 1 wire labeled 12 volt dc-Furnace.
The Y3 and Y4 on the Dometic are 12v dc and ground. If you put a jumper on them even with nothing else hooked up, the furnace will start.
Buy a 12 volt dc relay (either 4 or 5 terminal) at your local auto parts store for about $10.
Hook the Advent wire labeled 12 volt dc-Furnace to one side of the relay coil, and the other side of the coil to negative dc.
Hook the Y3 and Y4 wires to the normally opened terminals on the relay.
Mount the relay, and you are done. When you select furnace on the thermostat it closes the relay you added and after the normal delay (about 30 seconds), the furnace will start.
If you are familiar with wiring you shouldn't have a problem.
Hope this helps someone with a similar system.


The product quality as excellent. Installation went easy considering I knew what I was doin. If I had to rely on the directions if would have for sure been more difficult.


Product works well but the instructions were abysmal. I bought this part right before Covid-19 stopped us all in our tracks so it sat around for a very long time before I got a chance to install it. I purchased it to upgrade by Advent AC which only had knobs to control it and no thermostat. I really don't understand how anyone would want an AC without a thermostat but that's how the AC came. First I had to run a thermostat wire -- looking at the part online I determined that I needed 4 wires for the thermostat so I bought that in advance on [resell store] for a few dollars. I drilled a hole where I wanted to mount the thermostat and fished the wire all the way to the existing AC. I removed the existing grill and "dumb" control module and then reassembled the new parts pretty much the same as they came off. I turned on the breaker and pressed the on button on the thermostat but nothing. Thinking that I did something wrong I dug out my multimeter to check for voltage at the thermostat but nothing. Back to the directions and after looking over the circuit detail I figured out that this smart control needed 12V DC to run. So I fished a 12v DC lead and connected it to the control -- now everything worked -- well almost. In putting on the cover I discovered that it would not fit because unlike the "dumb" unit which had the control board hanging down, this one needed it up. So I cut off all of the wires, turn it over and wired everthing back up. Turned the breaker on at voila, everything works and the cover fit too! One more note, the ACRG15 is for non-ducted use but the cover sent which clearly said ACRG15 on the box had the vents covered with a piece of metal and some sticky foil tape -- taking it off wasn't an issue but the manual included was also for an ACRG12 (don't know if they even make one for this one).

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Sierra K.


Thank you for your detailed review. The ACRG12 is on the manual because it installs the same as the ACRG15.



Working as it should!


Odelia was Great. she was very helpful in assisting me with what I needed She directed me to the Advent site who also helpful.
She was the first person at e trailer that gave me her direct line which I was able to call back and get the right parts that I needed.


Product delivered in a timely manner and as advertised


Works good needed to contact ASA for wiring of 12 volt supply

by: 05/12/2023

Great customer service!! Very fast delivery. Will continue to shop with etrailer


Install was straightforward and pretty easy. The unit runs good but we haven’t had a chance to use it in hot weather yet


Have installed box and thermostat. This was wired into an older dometic system that was a hardwired setup. As a work around due to no plug to plug the new advent ac to. Rather spendy but worked well. Unit is up and running and all works well. This allows all functions of the ac

Eugenenew A.


Operating very well.well satisfied with purchase.


Great service. Thank you


The connection where the thermostat wires connect to the thermostat is weak and broke. I was able to solder the connection. Otherwise would be 5 Stars


You didn't explain the air-conditioned on line when I order it if I knew it was a heat pump I would have never order it


Exactly how described


The product itself is good! The customer service is horrible! I have a five person list of people that were suppose to return my call immediately. Not one of them reform my call and it's been a full week.

(1) First of all it was going to take months to get the 15k ac I wanted. I had to downgrade to a 13.5k in order to get out this year.
(2) Second
The rep told me I didn't need the control panel. She said I could use my old one. After I installed it, it worked for a few days fine. It just dropped blowing after those few days. I spent a week trying to figure out if I needed to order that box or something else. I left multiple messages with the first woman I spoke with. No response. I stayed over with 3 additional sales people with the same result. Nobody knew what to do. Nobody called me back. They sent me to the manufacturer. The manufacturer was zero help also. He told me to call the person that sold it to me. I did this circle jerk for about a week. Finally I spoke with someone with half a brain who told me I needed to buy the distribution box. He looked it up and shipped it out after I paid extra to "move to the front of the line"! No apologies no discount on the product. He did give m e a small refund on part of the shipping. He emailed me the product that HE CHOSE to send me. WRONG PRODUCT! I told him I needed it to fit a ducted system. He sent me the one for nonducted!
3 (Three)
I called back...of course the same person was not available. Kind of lucky I guess because I finally spoke to someone whom I believe carries the load of a full brain. I think it was Paul that finally sent me the correct product (twice the price of the first)

4 (four)
I again had to pay extra for priority so I didn't have to wait a week.
Keep in mind that etrailer is only 30 minutes from my doorbut they do not have a will call.
Anyway...I paid extra to get it the next day. Next day part!

My overall experience? My overall experience is that it was horrible! I will try my damndest to never order from etrailer again!!!


This unit is perfect replacement part. Easy to install.


Used in 5th wheel bedroom sounds like a jet engine,
Needs a much lower fan setting
Does a great job cooling


Fast ship and exactly as ordered

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