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Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup w/ Start Capacitor - 15,000 Btu - White

Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup w/ Start Capacitor - 15,000 Btu - White

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Is this right For you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Are replacing a Coleman AC unit and want to be able to use your existing components inside your RV
  • Need to fight extreme heat or swampy humidity

No, if you:

  • Are adding a second unit where one didn't exist before
  • Have an RV with a dark exterior and want the AC on your roof to match
This AC unit replaces the Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. Included adapter wiring kit enables the AC to work with your existing Coleman setup. Start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when camp power or generator power isn't enough. Lowest Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Advent Air. Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup w/ Start Capacitor - 15,000 Btu - White part number ACCOL150 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-833-496-1390 for expert service.
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Advent Air RV Air Conditioners

  • Coleman Mach Air
  • 15000 Btu
  • A/C Unit Only
  • Cool Only
  • White
  • With Start Capacitor
  • Advent Air
  • Medium Profile

This AC unit replaces the Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. Included adapter wiring kit enables the AC to work with your existing Coleman setup. Start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when camp power or generator power isn't enough.


Features:

  • Air conditioner replaces your Coleman Mach rooftop AC to quickly and efficiently cool the interior of your RV or camper
    • Compatible with a ductless or ducted system
  • Adapter wiring kit enables air conditioner to work with your existing Coleman setup
  • 6-Blade fan with motor provides sufficient airflow
  • Start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when a campsite or generator doesn't provide enough power
    • Stores energy that will later be used for the next startup
  • Thick, collapsible gasket with 6 foam pads provide support between RV roof and air conditioner
    • Gasket seals the opening to prevent water seepage and air leaks
    • Foam pads help reduce noise
  • White, hard plastic cover protects internal components from water and debris
    • Can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Includes template for adapter kit, wiring harness, and mounting hardware
  • UL and cUL certified


Specs:

  • Fits: roofs 2-1/2" to 5" thick
    • Opening size: 14-1/4" long x 14-1/4" wide
  • Air conditioner power draw (while running): 15 amps
  • Compressor power draw (while running): 12.4 amps
  • Fan motor power draw (while running): 2.6 amps
  • Cooling capacity: 15,000 Btu per hour
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • Air flow: 500 cubic feet/minute
  • Overall dimensions:
    • Air conditioner: 31-3/16" long x 24-7/8" wide x 12-13/16" tall
    • Start capacitor: 2-1/8" long x 3-5/8" deep x 6-5/16" tall
  • Refrigerant: R410a, 16.9 oz
  • Wire gauge: 12 AWG
  • Air conditioner weight: 68 lbs
  • 2-Year warranty


Note: The adapter wiring kit will not work on Coleman Mach 6000 or 7000 series ceiling vent assemblies, and it will not work with heat pump models.


This AC unit from Advent Air is designed to replace the old or broken Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. The included adapter wiring kit ensures that the AC works seamlessly with your existing, in-good-working-order Coleman air distribution box and thermostat. The AC has a powerful fan and motor that provides a steady stream of air to efficiently cool the inside of your RV on a hot or muggy day. The included start capacitor will help jumpstart the AC. This beneficial upgrade provides the AC a boost when shore power or generator power isn't enough to start it. And everything you need in order to replace your AC unit is included, which makes installation simple and easy.


Start Capacitor

Advent Air Start Capacitor

If your campsite or generator isn't able to draw the power you need, then you may have difficulty starting your AC unit. The included start capacitor, however, can eliminate this problem. The capacitor stores energy that will later be used to jumpstart the AC. Once the sufficient amount of power has been supplied to the AC, the compressor will start to run, and the internal relay switch will turn the start capacitor off. At the same time, the compressor will send "back voltage" to the relay switch and capacitor in order to energize them for the next startup.


Simple Installation

Advent Air AC Installation 15,000 BTU

Because your RV is likely already prepped and pre-wired for an AC unit, installation is simple and easy. Most AC units, including this one, are designed to fit an opening that measures 14-1/4" x 14-1/4". Depending on your roof setup, you may need to do minimal alterations. If the opening is larger than 14-3/8" x 14-3/8", you will need to install spacers between the sides of the unit and the opening's edges. If the opening is smaller than 14-1/8" x 14-1/8", you will need to enlarge the hole to fit the unit snugly inside the opening.


Advent Air AC Collapsible Gasket and Foam Pads

On the bottom of the AC, there's a thick, collapsible gasket with 6 noise-reducing foam pads. This provides support between the RV roof and AC and seals the opening to prevent water and outside air from leaking in. Because of this, the use of fresh sealant isn't required during installation.


To install the start capacitor, bolt it to the fan motor support with the included hardware and then route the wires to the run capacitor.


Once installed, the hard plastic cover on the AC can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning.



ACM150 Advent Air RV Roof Air Conditioner - 15,000 Btu - White

ACCOLKIT Advent Air RV Air Conditioner Adapter Wiring Kit for Coleman Mach

ACMSCKIT Advent Air Start Capacitor for RV Air Conditioners

Item # ACCOL150




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Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup w/ Start Capacitor - 15,000 Btu - White - ACCOL150

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (339 Customer Reviews)

This AC unit replaces the Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. Included adapter wiring kit enables the AC to work with your existing Coleman setup. Start capacitor jumpstarts the AC when camp power or generator power isn't enough.

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Unit works great. Took an hour to change out. Hooked up as advertised. We replaced a Coleman Mach 3 13,500 btu for the 15,000. Puts out a lot of CFM.

Unfortunately, UPS shipping damage occurred in transit. Really nothing you can do about them being careless with your packages.


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I hate to see this kind of damage! I passed your information along to customer service for them to better assist you.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 04/13/2022


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I called etrailer and gave them my model number of both the roof unit and the interior air distribution box before I ordered and the "Expert" told me that this unit would work and would be plug and play with my existing unit in my camper. I ordered it and the roof unit did indeed work great. It bolted right up and my existing control box works great. The inside air distribution panel not so much. Called the etrailer "Expert" who then called the manufacturer who said basically oh well it happens. So my only option was to buy a complete retrofit kit that has the interior panel and a whole new thermostat set up that I don't need or want for an additional $xxx. I asked etrailer for a little help supporting their customer and at least give it to me for the price I would have gotten it for if I ordered it as a kit with my roof unit which would have been $xx. I think they should have sent it to me for free but a fair compromise would have been the $xx price because they were the ones that told me not to buy the kit in the first place because it was "plug and play". But all etrailer cares about is making that next sale and the next buck so they made me buy it for full price. So make sure that whatever you order from etrailer is going to work and verify their advice with another source before you buy because once you give them your money you are on your own. etrailer will not even try to make it right. It will be a long time before I buy anything from etrailer again and if anyone asks I will send them somewhere else.




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Installed 2 new Advent 15k btu air conditioners on our 2010 Winnebago RV. The old Coleman Mach units were dead. I got the pigtails that connected the new ACs to the existing Coleman control box. It couldn't have been easier! I didn't have to disconnect power or any of the wiring. Just had to drill 4 holes in the existing metal Coleman ceiling retainer rings for the hold-down screws. Read the instructions and it goes simple. Also, I was able to fit the old Coleman control box under the ceiling above the filter plate instead of cutting it into the return air shroud like the instructions suggest. It was a better installation for us. 2 units installed in 4 hours. Nice system, would definitely purchase again. Also the 2nd time we've ordered expensive things from etrailer.com with zero issues.




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I was a little unsure about the compatibility of this unit with my dead Coleman Mach unit. But it installed in less than 2 hours. The biggest challenge was removing the old unit from the roof and lifting the new one onto the roof. I could have used some help lifting it up there, but I managed by myself (don't recommend trying this!). The installation kit and instructions are complete. My particular Coleman unit had the control panel inside the ceiling behind the ceiling cover, so I did not have to install it onto the Advent unit as described in the instructions, which was a huge plus. I plugged it in and fired it up and the unit is performing well.




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The AC runs well and I was able to install it myself. The one complaint I do have is there was 2 dents in the frame and cover. They did not affect the operation of the unit but after paying that much for a u it it would have been nice to be dent free.




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I really debated about buying and installing a replacement AC unit ourselves or having a local RV dealer do it for us. After a lot of research, including reading etrailer's great on-line Q&A section, we ordered the Advent Replacement AC with the Coleman set up w/start capacitor. The wiring, which was my main concern for doing it ourselves, was truly "plug and play" and matched the old unit perfectly. No new control box or air distribution cover needed. The worst part of the entire process was getting the old, much heavier unit to the ground. The new unit fired right up and started cooling the toy hauler in the 113 degrees Las Vegas heat whereas the old unit was pretty much maxed out once we got past 90 degrees.




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Unit fit well. Instructions were pretty clear. It would have been nice to know that the Advent did not come with control unit. Fortunately the old one was not damaged or I would not have been able to install. The Advent unit is smaller than the Coleman-Mach and somewhat louder. Otherwise is cooling well at this point.




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This unit can't be beat if you are replacing a stock Coleman--Avery straightforward installation.

Airflow is better than my old Coleman but temperature is not. I've taken 3 trips with this Advent on Summer days with temperatures in the 90s, and in all cases the output temperature never got cooler than 60. The old Coleman could blow 50 degrees.


Comments
Where are you measuring the 60°? According to the manufacturer, ASA Electronics, if your trailer has a ducted system, its possible that theres a leak in the ductwork. The best way to rule out the AC unit itself is to measure the output air temperature right as it leaves the unit.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 01/24/2019


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Great customer service




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It does the job efficiently and quietly. It was easy to install and works perfectly.




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GREAT WEBSITE GREAT SHIPPING GREAT PRICES. CANT ASK FOR MUCH MORE.




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Outstanding service !. Ordered tuesday around 10:00AM---deliverd Thursday O7:20 AM. Hard to improve on that service.




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Advent 15000 BTU AC. Best price I could find on the internet or anywhere else for that matter. I received the unit 4 days earlier than expected which was a good thing. The installation, including getting it on the roof, was about 30 minutes. The Advent was a direct replacement for a 4/5-year-old Dometic Brisk II that quit cooling. The Advent is slightly quitter that the Dometic but of course that is only my subjective opinion. On low speed you can continue an intelligible conversation. The Advent has been installed 3 days now and it is working great.
I have purchased from etrailer in the past and have been completely satisfied. There are three concern/issues that need to be mention/address. (1) Packaging could have been better. The box it came in looked like it had been rolling around in the back of a UPS truck. (2) There was no installation instruction or owner’s manual whatsoever that came with the unit. I pulled mine off the internet. (3) the unit had minor damage on the base or main frame of the unit (I hope it does not cause issue later). The damage was not so bad as to cause forgoing the installation. Since the shipping box did not show any noticeable damage at the location of the damage on the unit, I can only assume that it was shipped by etrailer that way which is a QC issue.




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Have an 1999 Ford E-150 van used as an RV. I built a 30 amp box with 2-20 amp circuits several years ago. I and 3 doggies travel all over the SE for dog agility competitions. Loading and lifting a window A/C unit into the driver's side widow worked, but a major task. I cut and framed a hole in the van roof and installed the Advent ACM150. Had to install 12 volt system for thermostat and fish both 110 and 12 volt wire through walls and ceiling. A/C turned on perfectly the very first time I pushed the thermostat on button. Wowee...100 degrees outside; 69 degrees in the van. Absolutely life changing for me an my doggies. P.S. I am a nice 75 year old lady and still cannot believe I did this install all by myself. One year and miles later, this A/C is perfect!




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


simple install, make sure to prep around ducting with foil tape to seal good and decrease loss of cool air escaping. Plug and play install, blows harder than the dometic it replaced on my motorhome.




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Great service just received the product. However the product was slightly damaged in shipment. Have pictures where do I send them? No damage to shipping box.


Comments
Thank you for letting us know. I have sent your information along to our customer service team.
-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 05/02/2022


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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The AC blew up before I had a chance to install the Start Capacitor, I had to buy a Furrion kit from [online].. Not sure what happened the AC had a little cosmetic damage when I received it, the cover had a small crack and the metal base had a little dent, I was able to fix with a little tape and pull the dent out by hand. With all the hassle of getting a SC delivered being full time RVrs it wasn't worth the time to exchange it, well it literally blew up after about 1 1/2 months use.


Comments
Wow, I am sorry to hear about what happened with the AC unit. It definitely should not have blown up like that. Our customer service team will reach out to assist you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/20/2022


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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Everything worked great except my old mounting bolts were 5/16 and these units require 1/4 so would recommend getting the bolts before installation 1/4 x7 are needed. But otherwise they work great! Love them!




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The unit is smaller than the unit I replaced and the fit was perfect at the access way. The Advent was plug and play with the Dometic harness and lower bezel. I couldn't be happier I had to look up torque specs for the gasket, as there were no instructions, but it was just a Google search (33-35 inch pounds)




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Best rooftop RV airconditioner I’ve ever had. We have had a bery hot summer in North Texas and I jave stayed cool and comfy!




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Review from a similar Advent Air AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Super fast shipping, great price, very helpful staff. Installation was super easy. Replaced one of my original 1998 Duo Therm units with this unit. Getting the old unit unstuck was a bit of a challenge but from there it was just a matter of getting it lined up with the hole, attaching the cold control, putting the 4 bolts in, plugging it into the original connector, putting the plastic cover plate back on and turning it on! From experience I know that even the simplest of projects on an rv can snowball into a major ordeal. Without a doubt this was one of the easiest and most straightforward projects I’ve tackled. Working in 95° Oklahoma heat start to finish was under two hours and that included replacing the old foil sealing tape around the air duct. Having two strong people on top while I was inside to get it centered over the hole, getting the old unit down and the new unit up was a huge asset! I’ll be replacing the other unit sometime over the winter for sure. Just can’t think of anything negative about the whole experience.



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