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Everchill RV Air Conditioner System w/ Air Distribution Box and Wall Thermostat - 13,500 Btu - White

Everchill RV Air Conditioner System w/ Air Distribution Box and Wall Thermostat - 13,500 Btu - White

Item # EV47FR
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Replace or add a new ductless AC system to your RV. Quiet, 3-speed fan helps optimize temperature and the air distribution box has 6 vents for maximum airflow. Digital wall thermostat controls temperature to efficiently cool your RV on humid days. Great Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Everchill. Everchill RV Air Conditioner System w/ Air Distribution Box and Wall Thermostat - 13,500 Btu - White part number EV47FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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Everchill RV Air Conditioners - EV47FR

  • Complete AC System
  • 13500 Btu
  • Cool Only
  • White
  • Everchill
  • Ductless
  • 14.9 Amps

Replace or add a new ductless AC system to your RV. Quiet, 3-speed fan helps optimize temperature and the air distribution box has 6 vents for maximum airflow. Digital wall thermostat controls temperature to efficiently cool your RV on humid days.


Features:

  • Ductless air conditioner quickly and efficiently cools the interior of your RV or camper
  • 3-Speed fan provides excellent airflow and helps optimize temperature
  • Air distribution box has 6 slotted vents to maximize airflow throughout your RV
  • Wall thermostat with digital display lets you monitor and control fan speed and temperature settings
    • Can also control furnace settings when furnace is enabled
  • Gasket seals the roof opening to prevent water seepage and air leaks
  • White, UV-resistant plastic cover protects internal components from water and debris
    • Can easily be removed for maintenance and cleaning
  • Removable air filter allows for easy cleaning to prevent dust and dirt build-up
  • Bolt-on installation - includes wiring harness and mounting hardware


Specs:

  • Fits: roofs 1" to 4" thick
    • Opening size: 14-1/8" long x 14-1/8" wide
  • Air conditioner power draw (while running): 14.9 amps
  • Capacity: 13,500 Btu per hour
  • Thermostat temperature range: 66 F to 88 F (19 C to 31 C)
  • Overall dimensions:
    • Air conditioner: 35-1/8" long x 29-7/8" wide x 13-3/16" tall
    • Air distribution box: 18-1/2" long x 20" wide
    • Wall-mounted thermostat: 3-3/8" wide x 3-3/8" tall x 5/8" deep
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • Refrigerant: R410a, 17.6 oz
  • Wire gauge: 12 AWG
  • Air conditioner weight: 86 lbs
  • 1-Year manufacture warranty


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Video Transcript for Everchill RV Air Conditioner System Review

Hey guys, Kevin here with etrailer and today I'm gonna be showing you how to replace your old worn out rooftop AC unit with the Everchill RV air conditioning rooftop unit. So if you're out camping this summer and you realize that your unit's just really not keeping up anymore it's not really producing the same amount of cold air or maybe it's just running really hard or just doesn't wanna work at all. This is where it is the time to upgrade and replace your rooftop unit with the Everchill. Along with that this is going to only replace the rooftop unit. So you're still gonna be able to use your air distribution box and your wall thermostat so that you don't have to get into the hassle of pulling out wires, running new wires or drilling any new holes. All you're gonna have to do is just remove your old unit and slap on the new one.

So as far as noise goes outside I have it running full blast right now and I can barely hear it as is. So you don't have to worry about being the annoying camper at the campsite, making a ton of racket and keeping other people up at night, or just drowning out any conversations that you're having around your camper. So it's roughly a hundred degrees outside right now. So obviously our trailer was screaming hot. When we got in here we've had our AC running for roughly an hour and it's definitely a whole lot more comfortable and definitely more livable, obviously as time goes on and we have this run a little bit more, it'll definitely be like an ice box in here versus the sweat house that we we're in when we first started.

So as far as noise goes inside I do have the fan up on high right now. So it is decently loud. It's definitely not the loudest out of some of the other ones I've heard throughout my camping experience but we'll switch it down to low. Even as it kicks over you can definitely notice a difference in it. So on low, definitely can hear each other.

If you we're trying to have a conversation inside of your camper overall though, sound wise this is definitely one of the quieter out of all the other units that I've ever seen. So before buying your unit, you're gonna wanna check a couple of things out. You're gonna wanna remove your covering on your air distribution box until you can see your controller. So on your controller, you're gonna see either a six pin or a nine pin. With ours today it's six pin on our actual rooftop unit.

It's gonna plug straight in with a six pin, but if you have a nine pin on your controller, you're gonna also need an adapter, which we also carry here at etrailer. And what that does is it'll link into the cable running from your rooftop unit and allow it to actually talk with the controller. That way you don't have to replace your whole air distribution box and your thermostat. If you just wanna make this a simple plug and play installation. Overall, the system's super easy to install, and it's gonna work with both ducted and non ducted systems to help fully cool your trailer. So to begin our installation, we're gonna have to remove the cover for our air distribution box. This is gonna vary depending on the model that you have, but on our specific one right here we're just gonna be able to pull that down and then we're gonna start taking out our screws that hold it in place. I'm gonna also need to pop out these little covers right here. Now with our screws removed I'm just gonna have to kinda peel back this tape that's still sticking on and we can remove our cover. And now we can see our four mounting bolts that actually hold our rooftop unit onto the trailer itself. So right here you can see is our controller. So that's what actually communicates with the rooftop unit and the thermostat and right on that is our cable that runs down from my rooftop unit. As you can see, this is a six pin setup. All we had to do is just pull on the little tabs pull that right out. And then it's gonna kind of tuck that up into the rooftop unit a little bit, get it out of our way. And we can start removing our bolts. Our rooftop unit is now loose so we can get up on there and remove it. So with our unit lifted up off of the trailer roof you can see that there's one more cord going up into it. And what they did was just stick a tiny probe to see what the temperature is and they just stuck it into the coils there. So we're gonna pull that too. And then here's that six pin cord that we talked about that we removed from the controller. So what we're gonna do now is get this off and we're gonna get our new unit up onto the roof. So with the help of some extra hands, I got this up onto the roof and I just matched it up to our old print from our last gasket. And we're just gonna slap that right back down. And then we're gonna make sure that our four mounting holes all line up with the holes in our air distribution box. So if you look at your new unit, it's gonna come with about a one inch thick gasket, and that's what's gonna prevent any water from getting in inside of your trailer. So not gonna be any sealants, no extra caulk or any kind of glue or anything like that. It's just this gasket. So you wanna make sure that you keep your gasket in good condition. You don't want to ever drag it across the roof when you're installing this. 'Cause then you got a chance of ripping this up. You wanna make sure that we're setting it straight down onto the roof itself. And then also if we need to kind of clean up the roof a little bit, you're not always gonna get it completely perfect and clean, but you can try your best with some alcohol. Once we have that all lined up, we can stick our bolts through and grab onto our wiring. I'm gonna go ahead and just kind of pull that out now. Just make it a little bit easier when we're down inside, but we'll go ahead, and drop this back down. Just like I said we're gonna go ahead and put in our mounting bolts. Just gonna get 'em hand tightened a bit and then get 'em all in there. So as we're tightening this we make sure that we're just getting to snug. If you see it starting to bend the metal then you're going too far and you need to stop. So it's getting kind of snug up there. So we're good. Now we can go ahead and start making our connections. On our pins here there's gonna be two sides where it's squared and then one on the center on the other side it's squared and that's gonna match up only one way with our controller. So you can't put it in wrong, simply just get that going the right way and pushed in. And then for our temperature probe on this model it doesn't really have anything for us to easily stick into just of the design. I mean, it does have the grates up there but I don't want to go ahead and bend any of those like they did on the previous ones. So we're just gonna kind of set it up there. Typically on your RV AC units the temperature probe is always gonna be up here. So that's why it's important to keep your fan on keep it running. Even if you don't have it blowing out air just the standard fan, 'cause then that's gonna kind of suck up any of the hot air up into there and then tell it to kick back on. And as you can hear it's running right now on full power. Air's coming out. Nice, so let's go ahead. I'll turn this back off. We'll go ahead and put our cover back up on our air distribution box. That way it'll properly send the air through all of our duct work and come out all of our little air ducts throughout our camper. With this particular unit, it does have two drain holes one on the left side up front and then one on the right side up front. And as you can see, after running the unit for a little bit we have kind of a straight line coming down our roof of the water that's come out from the drain on both sides of our unit here. So this is kind of what you're gonna expect. If you install this unit on your trailer it is gonna leak out and there is the potential for you to have streaks going down the side of your trailer. Well, I think that about does it for today's installation of the Everchill rooftop AC unit. My name's Kevin. Thanks for watching..

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