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Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 14,500 Btu - White

Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 14,500 Btu - White

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

Yes, if you:

  • Have a hard time tuning out fan noise and want the quietest AC
  • Are replacing a Coleman AC unit and want to use your existing components inside your RV
  • Like the AC to match your white RV

No, if you:

  • Prefer simple electronics that are easy to install if a little dated-looking
  • Need a full setup to add a new AC where one didn't exist
AC unit replaces the Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. Included adapter wiring kit enables AC to work with your existing Coleman setup. 4 Conversion brackets mount the AC to the correct height. Lowest Prices for the best rv air conditioners from Furrion. Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 14,500 Btu - White part number FACR14SA-W-C can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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Furrion RV Air Conditioners

  • A/C Unit Only
  • Coleman Mach Air
  • 14500 Btu
  • Cool Only
  • White
  • Furrion
  • Ducted
  • Ductless
  • 14.6 Amps

AC unit replaces the Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. Included adapter wiring kit enables AC to work with your existing Coleman setup. 4 Conversion brackets mount the AC to the correct height.


Features:

  • Air conditioner replaces your existing Coleman Mach AC to quickly and efficiently cool the interior of your RV or camper
    • Works with your existing Coleman setup
    • Compatible with ducted or ductless systems
  • 4 Conversion brackets let you mount your AC at the correct height for your Coleman setup
  • Dual motors allow fans to move cool air faster and more efficiently than a single motor
  • Start capacitor offers an extra boost to help jump-start the AC when a campsite or generator doesn't provide enough power
    • Stores energy that will later be used for the next startup
  • Rubber dampeners on compressor help reduce vibration and noise
  • UV-resistant white cover protects internal components from water and debris
    • EPP foam housing is water and chemical resistant
    • Thermal insulation regulates temperature and prevents motors from overheating
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Replaces or upgrades your existing Coleman AC unit
    • Wire adapter connects AC to existing Coleman setup
    • Mounting hardware for wiring conversion kit included
  • White color


Specs:

  • Fits: roofs 3-1/2" to 6" thick
    • Opening size: 14-1/4" long x 14-1/4" wide
  • Power draw (while running): 14.6 amps
  • Capacity: 14,500 Btu per hour
  • Overall dimensions:
    • Air conditioner: 34-7/8" long x 27-5/8" wide x 13-5/8" tall
    • Wire adapter: 14-3/4" long
    • Conversion brackets: 1-1/4" wide x 2-3/4" tall
  • Electrical rating: 115V, 60Hz
  • Refrigerant: R410A, 19.8 oz
  • Wire gauge: 12 AWG
  • Weight: 88 lbs
  • 2-Year warranty


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The air conditioner has two fans, each with their own motor, to help move cool air faster and more efficiently inside your RV on a hot and muggy day. It also has a built-in start capacitor that uses stored energy to give an extra boost of power to help jump-start your unit when a campsite or generator doesn't provide enough power. Integrated rubber dampeners on the compressor reduce vibration and allow your AC unit to run quietly.



C-FACR15SA-A01 Coleman Wiring Conversion Kit for Rooftop Camper AC Unit

FACR14SA-PS Furrion Chill Rooftop Camper AC - 14,500 Btu - White

Replaces FACR14SA-W-C

Alt 405189ET

Item # FACR14SA-W-C

Installation Details FACR14SA-W-C Installation instructions



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Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 14,500 Btu - White - FACR14SA-W-C

Average Customer Rating:  4.2 out of 5 stars   (137 Customer Reviews)

AC unit replaces the Coleman Mach air conditioner on your RV or camper. Included adapter wiring kit enables AC to work with your existing Coleman setup. 4 Conversion brackets mount the AC to the correct height.

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I call for the replacement of this and becos the machine is working on and off I still have details of what I sent to you guys but I was told your team would review this and get back to me about since last year people please stay ofshould stay out this furrion.


Comments
The unit turns on for 10 mins, turns off for 6 mins, turns on, turns off. I would like it to run constantly.
-- comment by: Tunde O - 04/11/2022
The way that the unit is supposed to work is that the ac unit is supposed to turn off whenever it reaches the set temperature. It sounds like the unit is just regulating to the temperature that is set to. I have sent this over to our customer service department to better assist you.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 04/11/2022


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Easy install--unit works as described--I am running it with a 3100 watt generator




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Great service and knowledgeable. Received my Furrion AC unit sooner than expected. Very useful videos on al of their products.




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So far so great!




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We love our new air conditioner. It's so quiet. I no longer have got adjust the volume on the TV when the unit kicks on. Very pleased with our purchase. Lori B was so helpful. Great customer service. Will buy from etrailer again.




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Love my new AC unit. It was easy to install took less than 30 mins. Just plug and play with the conversion kit made it so simple and it's working perfectly. My local dealer wanted 1400 to install a new AC and this one was less than 650! Love saving money like that.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


etrailer is the Chik-A-fila of customer service for online purchases. I cannot say enough about their service and friendliness.
The Furrion 15,500 BTU AC works like a dream!! Cools my 38' 5th wheel very well in 80° It is impressively quiet and with the 3 fan modes, you can sleep like a baby. I installed it myself converting it from an old Dometic Duo Therm. I had to replace the air distribution box and thermostat.
The only reason it got four stars is because the cover came busted and a junction box had come loose and wedged into the fan blades. The cover was cracked and held on by only 3 screws since the rest of the tabs were broken. It is made in China so I'm sure it's not etrailer's fault. And the junction box ( provided picture of the unit) in the main roof unit came loose from it's four screws and wedged itself against the fan blade. It kept the blade from spinning and the sound coming from the unit sounded like a giant refrigerator the size of a tractor trail parked right out side the RV. Extremely loud!! After climbing up there and removing the cover I noticed and fixed the issue. Fortunalty it didn't damage my unit.
etrailer did send me a new cover at no cost as soon as they had it back in stock. All in all, I would def recommend, just watch out for loose or broken parts. And notify etrailer as soon as possible. They will go the extra mile to help you fix any issues.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The cover was busted up pretty bad. I installed the unit anyway and etrailer was out of replacement covers but offered to send a whole new unit. Once installed the unit had so much vibration in it and was so loud it made the whole rv shake. I returned it with minimum issues. Make sure you keep your box. It cost me 35 dollars for a box. I will say if the unit hadn't had the vibration issue I would have kept it. The air it supplied was hard and very cold. It blew much faster and colder than the 15000 btu advent that replaced it.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The customer service at etrailer was exceptional. The Furion A/C has performed as well as advertised. Happy customer for sure.


Comments
The Furrion Air Conditioner has been great. I would recommend it as a replacement for sure.
Raymond - 10/22/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Amazing air conditioner and easy install. The fasteners that hold the case together could be designed a bit better, but otherwise very happy


Comments
Decent. External case is still annoyingly flimsy. Cools as well as the coleman i had previously. Mine doesn’t typically freeze up but i did have issue with significant amounts of moisture dripping into cabin from the AC. I installed a few more drain holes and ran some flex hose to drain away from unit. 3 weeks later and those mods seem to be working. Id keep my rating and say that at least it hasnt died like the coleman.
Andrew - 07/09/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


The pro - works very good at cooling. Integrates with the heater so there is only one controller. Very quiet compared to my last A/C. We got the model that has the LED lights and they are kinda fun. We use the red as a night light.

The con - the temp sensor is located in the main unit, not the thermostat controller, which can lead to wide temperature swings, so we tend to leave the fan on to mitigate this. In our small (20' TT) this can also lead to short cycling when it is very hot outside. If you don't have the main unit fan on while the heater is running, it can get very hot inside as the heat doesn't make it to the sensor.

Possible con - the unit inside sticks out much more than the unit that it replaced (around and inch) which interferred with a cabinet door. We had to trim the door to make it work.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


This ac unit poor performance and lack of support from the manufacturer have us wishing we had never purchased it. It arrived with a damaged top cover which etrailer replaced months later. The shipping box also showed evidence of very rough handling and upon opening, lack of shipping protection. That was just the start of our problems. The unit was installed and although it does somewhat, it short cycles and makes a terrible loud vibration. It has never been able to cool below 72. We contacted Furrion and they were less than helpful. They emailed me with instructions and what to look for and do to fix their brand new unit. We looked for the obvious things but honestly, why should I have to fix anything that is brand new and guaranteed? It is not my job. I bought and paid for a fully functional AC unit based upon their advertising and it horrible. I am going to try and talk to a human being about getting this unit replaced. Hopefully with their purchase by Lippert, a great company, BTW, we will get this thing rectified. Camping season is here and it is hot here in the south east. We need our AC to work like our existing Coleman Mach 15 does. We also feel that because the vibration is so strong and loud, that the actual chassis of the ac unit is somehow out of alignment and contributing to the issues. The solution is to replace it with a new one and for Furrion to also pay for the ac installer who was paid the first time to install it.


Comments
I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you. The AC unit does have a two year warranty.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 04/27/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I received the replacement covers and they are intact. The units themselves work fine and they made it from California to Texas and back with the original broken covers and some duct tape. I probably would have given a five star rating (the customer service itself was great) but I still have to get up on top of the RV to remove and replace the covers, a definite hassle. Furrion and etrailer would be well served if the original unit packaging was improved.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I had problems similar to other reviewers when I received the air conditioner. 3 of the connectors on the top cover were broken, and the capacitor box was loose (see photos). The capacitor box is mounted by screws into the soft plastic of the lower cover. These stripped out, as well as one of 2 screws at the front of the unit for attaching the top cover to the lower cover. While I believe this could have been addressed by better packaging for shipping (factory issue, not an etrailer problem), the mounting screws used in the soft plastic are weak points in the design, and I don't believe they would last on an RV in any case. I was able to install latches and blind nuts to overcome these issues, and proceed with the install on my 5th wheel to replace a Dometic Brisk Air 2. I retained the Dometic control board and air distribution box, as I did not want to change the thermostat which uses a Dometic digital 3 wire connection. The conversion kit is needed in this case, as the bolt mounting holes are offset on the Furrion unit compared to the original Dometic. Once installed, the unit worked well. The Furrion unit is quieter than the Dometic, and I was very happy with the airflow and impressively cold air. Some reviewers have commented on freezing issues, and I can confirm the unit will freeze up relatively easily. The 'Auto' fan setting on the Dometic controller, while using only the ceiling ducts and not the air dump on the distribution box, is where I observed freezing. No problem when the fan was in the 'High' mode, but when the controller switched to the 'Low' speed as the temperature neared the setpoint, the unit froze up. The original Dometic freeze sensor and control board worked as expected; the compressor switched off, the fan returned to high, the ice melted, and the compressor came back on, with the fan back to the 'Low' setting, and the unit began to freeze up again. This showed every indication of continuing forever, so I changed back to the 'High' fan setting. The compressor then cycled normally without freezing to maintain the set temperature. My recommendation is to keep the fan on 'High'. My unit does not have a start capacitor, contrary to one of the Q&A responses on etrailer. I recommend adding a start capacitor if intended for operation with a generator. Only time will tell if the unit lasts longer than the Dometic, but since I have had 2 Dometic units each fail due to refrigerant leaks in <2 years, I had to try something different. etrailer shipped the unit promptly, and was very helpful and supportive with the issues noted. I will definitely buy from etrailer again.


Comments
I have noticed that you had purchased the conversion kit from the Coleman AC unit to the Furrion AC unit in order to prevent from having to replace your thermostat. With you having a Dometic unit originally, you will not be able to convert your set up to the Furrion, without changing the dometic control board, air distribution box and the thermostat. I recommend getting the Premium Wall Thermostat for your Furrion, part # FACW12PA-BL
Replacement Premium Wall Thermostat for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner - Single Zone - Black
$84.95
, to replace your current thermostat. The Dometic thermostat is not compatible with the Furrion Chill AC units. Having the correct thermostat will help with keeping the unit from freezing over instead of having to keep the fan set at High speeds. For this set up, you are going to need to change out the distribution box and controller as well. The distribution box you are needing is part # FACT12SA-PS
Replacement Air Distribution Box for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner - Electric Control - White
$88.95
, and the controller is part # FACC12SA-BL
Replacement Single Zone Controller for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner Setup
$66.71
. I also would like to note that your unit FACR15SA-W-C does indeed have the start capacitor built into the unit. The running power requirement for the Furrion Chill Replacement RV 15,500 BTU Air Conditioner is 1,720 watts or 15.4 amps and the starting power requirement is 4,800 watts or 40 amps. You will need a generator that is rated higher than the starting watts of the AC.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 03/14/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I received this unit damaged. The box is not strong enough for the weight and size of the unit as others have indicated in other reviews. It also is not marked fragile or to keep one side up which would help prevent damage. I figured it was worth the risk due to high customer service reviews. After I shared photos of the damage, I assumed etrailer was sending me a replacement unit. Instead, they sent me a replacement part to repair it myself. I did attempt to do this but found internal damage in the process. etrailer has been attentive to this point, but now it’s getting to be a bit of a process. Hopefully, we come to a quick resolution! I would love to update with a nice resolution, and maybe etrailer will beef up the packaging for others in the future so this does not happen anymore!




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Very fast shipping. Tracking feature worked great. My forest river EVO is only about 2 years old. The dometic unit did not work well from day one. Tye compressor locked up on it. Im a cornwell tool dealer. The coach places i go to said Furion was the way to go. I installed myself. Was easy. About 30 minutes. The capacitor box was not bolted down. And i did not want it flopping around. So i removed the top and bolted it down. The unit works perfect. Blows the old unit away. 106 in az and it leveled out at 58 out the vent. Im so happy to finally have a good unit on my trailer. I will be usei g e trailer from now on. And Furion is the way to go!




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


It was a great swap for a Coleman Mach series. Its colder and quieter. The wiring was plug n play. On my setup, I did NOT need the Furrion thermostat. My Coleman works fine. As for the 3 stars, be very careful when handling this unit. The plastic shell is thin. Im affraid a small limb would easliy break it. This thin shell is critical in the unit performace. If its warped, even a litle bit, the styrofoam housing will stop the motors from turning and cause an over amp or noise issue. You will need to remove the Coleman control box from inside the old unit and transfer it to the new Furrion. Unfortunatly, the Furrion doesnt have a provision to mount this box...so good luck. I just built a small cradle for it to sit in.

I personally think the Coleman is built more robust.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


Dropped my temp a good 10 Degrees in my trailer. Very quiet and efficient. Much better than the Coleman I replaced!


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I still like it very much. I’m not sure about the fan always running 247 which has to be contributing to my high summer energy bills. In addition, the thermostat should be larger and easier to read and at least light up in the dark to be able to better adjust at night. But the cooling power is outstanding.
Michael S - 08/19/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


This was a replacement for our initial purchase. The first one short cycled and didn’t cool. We purchased in late October. It was too cold out to really test. Well February/ March was warm and still wasn’t working correctly so I paid a technician to look at it. He said the amperage was low due to low refrigerant. Furrions customer service was impossible to reach but after talking to Shawnee at etrailer she totally understood our situation and helped us warranty it through etrailer!!! The new unit blows 40 degrees out of the vents and doesn’t short cycle. I’m giving this 5 stars because of etrailer and Shawnee!!! She’s super knowledgeable. Thank You again for all of your help




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I returned the unit when I discovered it would not mount on the roof of my Phaeton motorhome, despite assurances of the company at the time of ordering that it was appropriate for my application. Only after I complained did the company agree that it would not fit and allowed me to return it.




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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


This unit will freeze up if you put the fan on auto. You Must keep the fan on manual high at all times. This can be really annoying at times.


Comments
The most common reason the Furrion air conditioner freezes up is either low air flow across the coil, or the unit is low on Freon. The air flow is most common issue, I recommend to check the air filter and the Freon levels. Add more Freon is needed. Please let me know if that doesnt help.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 10/21/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


I'm a/c tech 35 years. Installed this on my 24 ft toyhauler. The unit is very loud. I can not get temp below 76. If I try to get the temp down to 74, it cuts off on freeze stat. The LED Light Is nice.


Comments
I contacted the manufacturer about the AC unit freezing up. With regard to the unit cutting off when the temperature s below 74 degrees, they advised that the unit does have a freeze sensor and a duct divider. Freeze up may happen if the duct divider is not completely seals andor if the freeze sensor is not located in the proper place. Even with the duct divider sealed completely and the freeze sensor location in the proper place, the fan does still need to be running continuously for the correct temperature.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/10/2022


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Review from a similar Chill AC Unit in RV Air Conditioners


This is a great air conditioner much better than the dometic. Having three fan speeds at your fingertips is an awesome idea having a fan motor and the compressor motor is over the top great job Furrion



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