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  • Does Furrion Chill Air Conditioner Replace Coleman Mach Air Conditioner
  • The Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner will work as a replacement for a Coleman Mach air conditioner, so long as you have a working Coleman air distribution box and thermostat. The only thing you need, other than the Furrion AC unit, is the wiring adapter: - Coleman Adapter Wiring Kit for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioners # C-FACR15SA-A01 - Furrion Chill 15,500 BTU RV Air Conditioner # FACR15SA-BL (Black) or # FACR15SA-PS (White) The adapter is simple to use and will allow you to plug...
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  • Air Conditioner Recommendation for my Enclosed Trailer.
  • On your 24 Foot enclosed trailer I recommend using the Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner and Air Distribution Box w/ Built-in Thermostat - 14,500 Btu part # FAC1411MA-W. This is a complete setup that will allow you to control the unit from the air distribution box. It uses the least amount of power to turn on compared to the other brands and gets colder than they do. It is definitely the one I would have in my enclosed trailer. Check out the attached video on the system.
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  • Can Furrion Chill AC Unit be Installed on 1-1/2" Thick Car Hauler Trailer Roof
  • You do need to have 3" - 6" of roof cavity depth to properly install the Furrion AC units, but since your car trailer roof is only 1-1/2" thick all you need to do is frame out the section of the roof where the AC unit will sit with lumber that is at least 3/4" thick. I have attached some clips from the installation instructions for you to check out. So now you just have to decide if you want the 14.5K # FAC1411MA-W or the 15.5K # FAC1511MA-W. Obviously these are pretty comparable so...
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  • What Comes Included with the Furrion Chill Replacement for Dometic Brisk AC Unit
  • No. The Furrion Chill # FR86SR comes with everything you need to replace the roof top Dometic Brisk unit. If you wanted to replace the interior air distribution box or thermostat, I've gone ahead and listed the parts you can use for those as well. Replacement Basic Wall Thermostat for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner # FACW12SA-BL Replacement Air Distribution Box w/ LEDs for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner # FACT12LA-PS These parts aren't by any means required if your existing...
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  • Does Furrion Single-Zone 15,500 BTU Air Conditioner Come in Black and Can it be Ductless
  • The 15,500 BTU Furrion Chill Premium RV Air Conditioner System - Single Zone # F15PA12SASA-W can be had in black, you will just need to get each component individually, but that's no big deal; you'll just need the following parts: - Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner - Black # FACR15SA-BL - Single Zone Controller for Furrion Chill # FACC12SA-BL - Air Distribution Box for Furrion Chill # FACT12SA-PS - Premium Wall Thermostat for Furrion Chill # FACW12PA-BL As far as using this in...
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  • Could Solar Panels Power Advent AC Unit on RV
  • If the solar panel could provide 15 amps of 12 volt power the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner # ACM135CH could be ran off of it. Since solar panel as a direct power source can fluctuate depending on access to sunlight it's not the wisest to run it straight off of a solar panel and instead having a battery bank get charged from the panel which then provides the power for the AC unit. Or use a generator like # 333-0003. For a panel setup that has the amperage you'd need we have the part...
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  • Is Furrion Chill AC Compatible With Dometic Duo-Therm AC
  • The Furrion Chill Air Conditioner is not going to be compatible with your Dometic Duo-Therm so you would need to replace the entire unit. For that you will need either the Furrion Chill Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Setup - Single Zone - Basic # F15SA12SASA-W, Single Zone - Premium # F15PA12SASA-W or Furrion Chill Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Setup - Multi Zone # F15ZA12SAZA-W. True to their name, the single zone will be good if you only need to control the temperature in one room of your...
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  • How to Determine if Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner Will Work With Dometic AC
  • The model number of your Dometic AC unit itself isn't actually how to determine compatibility, it will actually be the relay kit with the pin. So you will be able to use the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup # ACDOM150B (Black) or # ACDOM150 if your Dometic relay kit is Analog Model 3107541.009 or 3107541.017, or if it is the Comfort Control Center Model 3109226.005. Additionally, if you have one of the older analog model relay kits that is a different model,...
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  • What All Is Needed To Install An Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner ACM135
  • In order to install the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135 you will also need a ceiling vent and thermostat. If you have a non-ducted trailer then you can use the Ceiling Vent Assembly with Built In Thermostat part # ACDB but if you have a ducted trailer then you will need the Ceiling Vent Assembly with Wall Mounted Thermostat part # ACRG15. If you are trying to use an existing ceiling vent and thermostat then please let me know what that is as there may be an adapter for...
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  • Recommended Rooftop Air Conditioner for Cargo Trailer with 2,000 Watt Generator
  • The best rooftop air conditioner unit we have for you is going to be the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135C for white or part # ACM135BC for black which puts out 13,500 Btu's. The reason that this is the best rooftop air conditioner is because it comes with a start capacitor. This is going to be needed as it reduces the amount of watts that is required upon startup. If you were not using the start capacitor then you would need a generator that has at least 5,000 watts which means...
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  • Furrion RV Air Conditioner to Replace Coleman Unit
  • When using the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 15,500 Btu - White # FACR15SA-W-C or black # FACR15SA-BL you will use the old Coleman control unit and distribution box. If you want to go all new, then you can instead use the # FAC1511MA-W or # F14PA12SASA-W for the complete new system.
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  • Installation Instructions for Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135
  • There is not a standard plug available that would allow you to plug the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 right to an extension cord. The unit will need to be hardwired using the included wiring and hardware. I have attached the complete installation instructions that you can use for reference. To complete the installation you will also need a ceiling vent and thermostat like part # ACDB.
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  • Recommended Generators to Run Air Conditioning Systems
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135 Will run on a small generator like the 2,000-Watt Portable RV Inverter Generator part # 333-0001 with the Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners part # ACMSCKIT installed. Without the capacitor you will need a generator more like the 3,200-Watt Portable RV Inverter Generator part # 333-0002. Please keep in mind with the first option you will have little extra wattage to run any of the other electronics in your camper. The...
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  • Direct Replacement for Carrier Air V 15,000 Btu Rooftop Air Conditioner
  • Yes, we do have a direct replacement for your Carrier Air V Rooftop Air Conditioner, the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup part # ACCAR150 for white or part # ACCAR150B for black. These units are both 12-13/16" tall which is the shortest we offer for a rooftop air conditioner. They will use the same ceiling assembly and thermostat/remote that you have now which is why it is considered a direct replacement. In regards to a wireless remote, if the unit you have...
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  • Can Furrion Chill Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Wire in Place of Dometic AC and Thermostat
  • If you install the Furrion Chill Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # FACR15SA-BL with the thermostat # FACW12PA-BL properly (which means running the wiring you have to them) then the AC, heat, and everything else will work fine. You'll be reusing the wiring you have now to replace the thermostat and AC you currently have.
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  • Air Conditioner Replacement For Dometic 59136.331 That Ran Out Of Freon
  • The Dometic air conditioner units are sealed therefore they cannot be recharged with refrigerant. The only option is to replace the unit. Since your unit is a 15,000 BTU unit I recommend to replace the AC with a unit at least 15,000 BTU. I recommend Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup w/ Start Capacitor part # ACDOM150 which is a 15,000 BTU system that will easily plug into your existing Dometic setup without replacing wiring. As long as your air distribution...
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  • Furrion RV AC Kit that Has LED Light Up Vent Assembly
  • We can piece together the kit you need but we don't have a kit that has the LED distribution panel you mentioned. So you'd want the part # FACC12SA-BL, # FACR15SA-PS, # FACW12SA-BL, # FACT12LA-PS and you'd have all the kit you'd need with the panel you are wanting.
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  • Hard Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioner for Using Generator
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/Vent, Start Capacitor, and Heat Strip, White # ACM150CH includes the start capacitor # ACMSCKIT. The air conditioner has a running amperage of 15 amps and a starting amperage of 45 amps. Many camping sites don't offer that power or do generators. When using this start capacitor the draw at start is 15 amps and then the running amps remain at 15 as well. As the air conditioner runs the start capacitor slowly stores additional energy to restore the charge...
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  • Does the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner FACR15SA-BL Come with Thermostat
  • The Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner part # FACR15SA-BL is just an overhead unit that is designed to replace an existing unit. In order to obtain the rest of the parts needed to do a complete install you'l need the controller part # FACC12SA-BL, distribution box part # FACT12SA-PS, and wall thermostat part # FACW12PA-BL.
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  • How to Determine if Advent Air Conditioner Will Replace Dometic Air Conditioner With Thermostat
  • There may be a unit that will replace your Dometic with a thermostat; you will be able to use the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup # ACDOM150B (Black) or # ACDOM150 if your Dometic relay kit is the Comfort Control Center Model 3109226.005. Otherwise, for a brand new 15,000 Btu ducted air conditioning system we offer the Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 15,000 Btu - Ducted # AT15028-22 (White) or # AT15033-22 (Black).
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  • Air Conditioner To Use With 2200 Starting Watt Generator
  • I contacted Advent and the ACM150C needs at least a 3,000 starting watt generator to run the 15,000 BTU model. Your existing generator will not have enough starting watts to run the air conditioner unit. It is also no longer available through us. If you already have the air conditioner and need a generator I recommend etrailer 4,500-Watt Portable Generator # 333-0005 with electric start that is rated for 3,600 Running Watts and 4,500 watts which is plenty enough to power the ACM150C...
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  • Higher BTU AC Unit for RV with Heat Pump
  • Furrion does not have a heat pump or strip for their AC units at this time. The most similar kit we have is the Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump # AT15028-22 which is a similar BTU unit at 15,000 BTU and comes with a heat pump like you are wanting. The Atwood units have a great reputation for blowing cold air too so this will work well for you. The weight of this is 97 lbs. The Furrion part # F15PA12SASA-W weighs 100 lbs.
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  • Recommendation for Quietest RV Air Conditioner
  • The Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioners are the ones we found to be the quietest as well as the coldest. They are about 10 decibels quieter than what the Advent AC units, based on the testing we we're able to come up with. The Furrion's at about 66 decibels, similar to a normal conversation at about three to five feet away. I've attached the complete comparison review video for you to check out on the 14,500 Btu Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner and Air Distribution Box w/ Built-in...
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  • Why Does my AC Blower Motor Run Constantly
  • While we do not carry Dometic we do have units like the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup part # FR96SR that work using the same controls. With your system it sounds as though the controls are turned to the Fan On high or low setting. The thermostat Fan Switch should be set to the Auto setting to turn on and off with the unit itself. This is similar to how you can control the fan separate to your A/C unit in your house.
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  • Will Advent ACM150 RV Air Conditioner Replace Coleman Mach Ducted System
  • According to the manufacturer of the # ACM150 Advent Air RV air conditioner would be compatible with your existing ducting and thermostat, but you'd need the # ACCOLKIT adapter kit. Keep in mind, though that the existing Coleman thermostat won't be compatible with the optional # ACMHD heat strip, if that's something you were deciding you were needing. If you were interested in the heat strip option, you'd need to swap out the thermostat with # ACTH12.
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  • What Size Generator Is Needed to Use the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner with Ceiling Vent and Start Capacitor part # ACM135BC requires 3,000 watts for starting and 1,000 watts while running therefore a 2,000 watt generator would not be suited for this or any RV air conditioner for that matter. Instead, I recommend the etrailer Portable Inverter Generators part # 333-0002 which has a 3,200 watt starting and 2,900 watt running power output. This will give you enough power to start and run the air conditioner as well as power...
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  • Solar Panel Kit Ability to Run Air Conditioner 24/7
  • The Go Power Solar All-Electric Kit will not be enough to power the air conditioner unit 24/7. The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Ceiling Vent and Start Capacitor - White # ACM135C will have a running wattage of 1,450 so the power draw is substantial and when using the Go Power Pure Sine Wave Inverter - 1500 Watt - 12V # 34279950 you will have the power to run it, but the battery bank will deplete as the solar cannot create enough charge to recharge the batteries when the AC is running....
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  • Recommended Air Conditioner for 26x7-1/2 Foot Enclosed Racing Trailer
  • For your 26x7-1/2 inch enclosed trailer, based on your photo you will want two units. If you simply want to replace the unit, I recommend the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Ceiling Vent and Start Capacitor - White # ACM135C. This will give you the roof top unit, the vent assembly with built in thermostat, and a start capacitor to make sure you can start the unit even when the shore power is at an amperage that isn't strong enough for most systems to start. The capacitor helps with...
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  • Replacement Air Conditioner for RVP 8000 Model on 2005 Fleetwood 295BHS
  • Your RVP model 8000 is basically the Coleman unit and has the same wiring. For your replacement I recommend the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 15,500 Btu - White # FACR15SA-W-C. I personally think this is a better option than the others because it runs a little quieter and cooler than the other replacement options.
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  • Will Coleman Air Distribution Box and Thermostat Work with Furrion FAC1411MA-W RV Air Conditioner
  • The Furrion # FAC1411MA-W Chill RV Air conditioner can indeed be used with your existing Coleman air distribution box and thermostat, but you'll need to use the # C-FACR15SA-A01 adapter wiring kit. No need to pull new wire.
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  • Best Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic
  • The best RV air conditioner we offer is the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner part # FACR15SA-PS for white or part # FACR15SA-BL for black. These units have the highest Btu rating and they are one of the quietest option on the market. They will be direct replacements for a Dometic RV air conditioner.
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  • Can Advent AC Unit Use Wiring and Thermostat of Carrier System
  • Advent makes an adapter that allows you to easily plug in their AC units like the # ACM150 to Carrier wiring and thermostats like what you have with the part # ACCARKIT. With this adapter kit and the # ACM150 you'd be able to easily install the AC unit and also use your current wiring and thermostat.
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  • Furrion AC Available with Heat Pump
  • The only RV Air Conditioning Unit we have available that comes with a heat pump is the Atwood Air Command 15,000 Btu # AT15033-22 , which is a single zone system that works only with ducted ventilation systems- so this may not be an option for your 2011 Fuzion 302 ToyHauler if your current system is just vents. If you have a ductless system, you may want to consider the Advent Air 15,000 Btu With Heat Strip # ACM150CH . This doesn't have a heat pump, but the heat strip has the same...
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  • RV AC Unit Similar to Furrion kit with Heat Pump
  • The Furrion AC units do not have heat pumps or heat strips like some of the other kits do so if that's a feature you are wanting the best option is the Atwood # AT15033-22 which is a 15,000 btu unit similar to the Furrion but with a heat pump. It comes with a thermostat and vent assembly as well.
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  • Roof Top AC Unit Recommendation for Box Van
  • You'll need a "non-ducted" RV AC unit for the van you have since it doesn't have any ducting in the ceiling of it like some RVs do. For that we have the Furrion Chill part # FAC1411MA-W which provides 14,500 BTU of cooling power and comes with a ceiling vent assembly that will distribute the cool air throughout the van. The Furrion units provide a higher volume of cooler air than the competition and aren't as loud either.
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  • Can Furrion Chill RV AC Unit be Used in Place of Coleman Mach 3 AC Unit
  • When using the Furrion Chill AC Unit part # FACR15SA-BL in place of a Coleman Mach 3 you'll need to also use the Coleman Wiring Conversion Kit for Furrion Chill Rooftop Air Conditioner Unit # C-FACR15SA-A01 to make the connection. This does cut down the speed options you have to high and medium, or if you want to also install the Furrion Thermostat part # FACW12PA-BL you'll have ability to retain all three speeds as well as operate a furnace if present.
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  • Furrion 15,500 Btu Replacement Air Conditioner for 13,500 Btu Dometic Unit
  • You can absolutely use the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - 15,500 Btu - Black # FR86SR to directly replace your Dometic 13,500 ducted unit. You will simply use the same hardware to install that you remove from the Dometic unit. It will use the internal components of the old AC unit and it is designed as the replacement. The unit will pull 15.4 amps when running and will work on your 30 amp Class C motorhome.
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  • Furrion AC Unit with Premium Thermostat and Controller to Replace Dometic Unit
  • The Furrion AC unit part # FR29SR was designed to easily replace a Dometic setup like you have so that would be the kit to start with. Then for a controller you'd want the part # FACC12SA-BL and then for the Premium thermostat # FACW12PA-BL.
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  • Can I Replace My Dometic AC Unit With A Furrion AC Unit and Still Control The Furnace
  • Yes you can replace your Dometic AC unit with the Furrion AC unit and thermostat to control both the AC and Furnace. To accomplish this along with the ac unit you will need the single zone thermostat and single zone controller. I recommend the following: Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - 15,500 Btu - Black Item # FACR15SA-BL. This unit has a start capacitor to help start the air conditioner faster which reduces the stress on the unit over time. Has...
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  • What do you Recommend to Replace my Carrier Air V Air Conditioner?
  • I have a really good solution for you but we do not stock any carrier A/C units and I was unable to find any for sale anywhere else. With that said in order to replace your Carrier Air V RV Air Conditioner I recommend using the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup we have these available in two BTU or cooling capabilities part # ACCAR150 is rated for 13,500 Btu's and is really good for small to smaller medium type campers or part # ACCAR135 rated for 15,000 Btu's...
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  • Correct Furrion 15,500 RV Air Conditioner To Replace Coleman Mach Air Conditioner
  • The Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner part # FACR15SA-PS for white or part # FACR15SA-BL for black is just what you need to replace a Coleman Mach Air Conditioner. It comes with the adapter and overhead unit making for plug-in-play installation. In regards to cost, this can be found on the product page.
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  • Will Advent AC Unit Replace a Carrier AC Unit
  • According to Advent you will be able to use the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup # ACCAR150 as a replacement for your current AC so long as the thermostat and relay box of your Carrier AC is functional, as you can see by the cut out of the Advent tech bulletin I added for you. This kit includes the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150, Carrier Adapter Kit # ACCARKIT and Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACMSCKIT. I have added...
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  • AC Direct Replacement for Carrier AirV
  • The Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump # AT15033-22 uses a different wiring setup than your Carrier AirV air conditioner so you wouldn't be able to just swap them out, but we do have some other options that do connect directly to your Carrier wiring. The Advent air conditioners # ACCAR135B (13.5K Btu) and # ACCAR150B (15K Btu) come with wiring adapters to connect directly to your Carrier wiring so these are very easy to install in that regards. These don't have...
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  • RV AIr Conditioner Replacement.for Dometic Unit on 2012 Palomino Columbus
  • There are 3 options to replace your Dometic Brisk Air Conditioner on your 2012 Columbus 5th wheel trailer. You can get the Furrion 14,500 btu unit in black # FR66SR or white # FR29SR. The other option is the larger 15,500 btu unit in black # FR86SR.
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  • Recommendation for Adding AC Unit to Small Enclosed Trailer
  • The best option we have available for your converted enclosed camper is the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner # ACM135BC because it's going to provide the most efficient cooling solution for the camper's interior during those hot summer months. We do not have any smaller AC units available and anything smaller we offer will be something like a powered ceiling fan vent which will only work to circulate air around the camper and not actually cool it down. As you mentioned in your question...
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  • What Size Generator Is Needed for the Advent 15,000 Btu Air Conditioner
  • If you are trying to decide between the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135BCH for 13,500 Btu's or the Advent Air RV Air Conditioner part # ACM150BCH for 15,000 Btu's then you would need take the total square footage of your trailer and then multiply that number by 20. This will then give you the correct number of Btu's that is needed to cool that area per hour. If you are in doubt, I would just go with the larger option as it will be better to have more than you need than not enough. In...
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  • Does Furrion Chill Basic RV Air Conditioner System Come in Black
  • Yes, you can get everything that comes with the Furrion Chill Basic RV Air Conditioner System - Single Zone - 15,500 Btu - White # F15SA12SASA-W but with an AC unit that comes in black; you will simply need to order the parts individually. The exact parts you need are: - Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner - 15,500 Btu - Black # FACR15SA-BL - Air Distribution Box for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner # FACT12SA-PS - Single Zone Controller for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner Setup # FACC12SA-BL -...
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  • Adding Furrion RV Air Conditioner to Replace Vent with Fan
  • The Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner and Air Distribution Box w/ Built-in Thermostat - 14,500 Btu # FAC1411MA-W is the unit you will want. If you want the black unit, you can use the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Furrion Setup - 14,500 Btu - Black # FACR14SA-BL for the outside unit and then add the Replacement Air Distribution Box for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner - Electric Control - White # FACT12SA-PS on the inside. The Replacement Single Zone Controller for...
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  • What is Needed to Install Air Conditioner in Enclosed Car Trailer
  • We can get you the air conditioning you need to keep cool in your enclosed car trailer; what you will need is a ductless AC unit with a distribution box that will control the unit as well as blow the air in, as well as a generator for a power source (if you don't have one). I highly recommend going with a 15,000 Btu AC because of its additional cooling power which will cool your trailer down quicker, especially with a 24 foot trailer, though I will list the options for both the 13,500...
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  • Best Value Air Conditioner To Replace Coleman Mach Air Condtioner on Fleetwood Trailer
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner w/ Air Distribution Box, Start Capacitor, and Heat Strip part # ACM135CH may not be your best option depending on your situation. I recommend to use Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup w/ Start Capacitor part # ACCOL135 which is designed to replace Coleman Mach air conditioners that have air distribution boxes (for RVs without air ducts) and/or thermostats that are still in good working order. The replacement air conditioner for...
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  • Advent Air Conditioner for Dometic Compatiblity with Duo-Thermostat Comfort Control Center
  • For your two Dometic AC units you can use the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup - White # ACDOM135 or Black # ACDOM135B. This will use your Dometic thermostat and vent so your Comfort control will work. The harness that comes with it does make it plug and play.
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  • Drop-In Replacement for Coleman Mach Air AC
  • We do have replacements for a Coleman Mach Air AC, so long as your current thermostat and relay box are working, and so long as it is not a 6000 Series or 7000 Series, which based on my research your 8633B876 unit is not, though you will want to verify that. There are 13,500 Btu or 15,000 Btu units and either Black or White in color: - Black: Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 15,000 Btu # ACCOL150B or 13,500 Btu # ACCOL135B - White: Advent Air Replacement...
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  • Recommendation to Replace Older Coleman AC on RV
  • Your best option to replace the Coleman AC unit in your 2000 Tiffin Allegro is with the Advent Air # ACM150 along with the Coleman Adapter Kit # ACCOLKIT. This wiring adapter kit should allow for a plug-and-play installation when replacing the unit. I did reach out to my contact at Advent Air to see about compatibility with older Coleman units like what is on your Tiffin Allegro. He said unfortunately Coleman doesn't release to them when or if they change their connection type over...
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  • Recommended Furrion Air Conditioner to Replace Coleman Mach Unit
  • The Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Advent Air Setup - 14,500 Btu - White # FR36SR will not work well to replace your Coleman Mach Air Conditioner. Instead if you are keeping the inside air box and equipment you will need the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 14,500 Btu - White # FACR14SA-W-C. This fits the standard air conditioner and vent openings often referred to at 14x14 but are actually 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 and it will connect directly...
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  • Replacing a Carrier A/C Unit with an Advent Air A/C Unit
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135 for 13,500 Btu's or part # ACM150 for 15,000 Btu's are both available and ready for purchase. The Coleman Adapter Kit part # ACCOLKIT that you referenced is for Coleman units so it will not be needed to replace your Carrier. However, both of the above kits come with everything that is needed anyhow. The adapter kit is more or less to retain your wall thermostat which you said you do not have. There are no Advent to Carrier adapter...
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  • Which Furrion Replacement AC Unit for Dometic Setup in 2011 Coachmen Freelander 32BH
  • I recommend using either the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup # FR86SR (black) or Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup # FR96SR (white), which are direct replacements for Dometic AC units and can be used with ducted or ductless systems. These are 15,500 btu units, so they're equivalent to the units you're replacing and will do a great job as a replacement. I also really like that these units have built in start capacitors...
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  • Which Will Blow Colder Air an Advent 15k BTU AC Unit or Atwood
  • 50 degrees is a great temperature for an AC system to put out. The difference between a 13.5k and 15k AC unit though is not so much temperature as it is the volume of air it can put out at that temperature. The Advent systems don't have as great of a reputation for putting out the coldest air so for a 15k btu system instead I'd recommend the Atwood part # FACR15SA-BL for a non ducted application or the # AT15028-22 for a ducted setup. You'll get the higher volume of air at a colder temperature.
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  • Furrion Air Conditioner Replacement for Dometic Brisk Setup
  • Yes, the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - 15,500 Btu - White # FR96SR or Black # FR86SR will work perfectly for your replacement. It will simply connect to your Dometic wiring so it will utilize the control box and thermostat you have already replaced.
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  • Direct Replacement for Carrier Air V RV Air Conditioner
  • In order to replace your Carrier Air V RV Air Conditioner I highly recommend using the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup part # ACCAR150 for 13,500 Btu's or part # ACCAR135 for 15,000 Btu's. This unit will be the only direct replacement we offer that will use the ceiling vent and thermostat that you have now for your Carrier unit. This means the process to install the new unit will be extremely easy as it is all pretty much just plug and play. The Advent unit...
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  • Advent Air Conditioner Directly Compatible with Coleman Vent System and Thermostat
  • The Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 13,500 Btu - White # ACCOL135 replaces your Coleman air conditioner and will work with the original Coleman vent system and thermostat. The same is true of the higher capacity system # ACCOL150 which is 15,000 Btu. You also may want to consider adding the Advent Air Electric Heat Strip - 5,500 Btu # ACMHD for the colder days to just take the chill out of the air.
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  • Differences Between the ACM150 and ACDOM150
  • The only difference between the Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACM150 and # ACDOM150 is that the latter comes with the Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACMSCKIT. If you wanted to you could buy the Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACM150 and then separately add the Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACMSCKIT. I have added links to video reviews for you to check out as well.
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  • Will Advent Air Replace Dometic DuoTherm Brisk II AC Unit
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 has connectors that match up with Dometic AC unit wiring. Since your DuoTherm Brisk II is a Dometic AC unit the Advent 13.5K will install directly in its place and you can use the same controls. I do recommend also installing the Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT as well. This stores energy needed to start the Advent unit so that you aren't pulling a lot of power just to start your AC unit.
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  • Are Advent Air Conditioner Units ACDOM150 and ACM150 the Same
  • That is correct. The part # ACDOM150 that you referenced is the exact same as the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 with the Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT. This is compatible with Dometic connections that use the 6 pin connector that you see in the attached photo.
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  • Replacement AC for Dometic Duo Therm 13,500 Btu on a 2004 Beaver Marquee
  • If you have the 6-pin connector (see attached) then what you need is the Advent Air 13,500 Btu AC Unit which comes in White # ACDOM135 or Black # ACDOM135B. Either of these should plug right into your Dometic Duo Therm setup which means you can still use your current wiring setup and you don't have to change anything else - just the AC unit!
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  • Replacement AC Unit For Dometic Setup On 2010 Montana High Country 333DB RV
  • We have exactly what you need! As a replacement for your Dometic AC unit in your 2010 Montana High Country 333DB RV you can go with Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - 14,500 Btu - White # FR29SR or Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - 15,500 Btu - White # FR96SR. These units are exactly the same aside from the # FR29SR being 14,500 BTU and the # FR96SR being 15,500 BTU. For the slight difference in price, I would go with...
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  • Wiring Atwood Air Command AC on Trailer
  • Though we do not carry your current systems so I cannot speak to how they are wired, what I can do is tell you how the Atwood Air Command # AT15028-22 (White) or # AT15033-22 (Black) will be wired so you can make a comparison to your system (please see accompanying diagram). There will be a +12V to the red wire and -12V to the black wire of the Air Command from a 12 volt power supply; the furnace output and furnace input wires to the blue wires of the Air Command and the two blue wires...
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  • Will Atwood Air Command Also Control Furnace
  • The Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump # AT15028-22 will not work a separate furnace with its remote. It is an AC unit which has a heat pump that can be controlled, though this heat pump works by pulling air in and converting its cooling system to a heating system. There is an Atwood Air Command available without a heat pump, part # AT15027-22, if you do not need the heat provided by the unit you referred to. Both of these Air Commands are for RVs that have a...
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  • Will the Advent Air Conditioner Work with my Coleman Wiring
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135 will work out great and require zero modification if you use the Coleman Mach Adapter Wiring Kit for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners part # ACCOLKIT with it. This is designed to convert the Coleman signals over the the Advent so it works using all of the original wiring. They will use the same hole size in the roof as well so no modifications there either.
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  • How to Determine if Advent Air AC Unit Can Replace Dometic AC Unit
  • Although there aren't any lists of what Dometic AC units the Advent Air units will replace, when I reached out to my contact at Advent Air he said that basically any Dometic unit that has the 6-pin connector (see attached) can be directly replaced by their units; it will just be a plug-in application. You can definitely use either a 13,500 Btu unit Black # ACDOM135B or White # ACDOM135 OR you can upgrade to a 15,000 Btu unit which are also available in Black # ACDOM150B or White # ACDOM150.
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  • Troubleshooting Atwood Air Command Heat Pump Function
  • The Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump # AT15028-22 or the non-ducted #AT15026-21 should allow air to all parts of the vent. If there is air flowing to all parts of the vent, then the filter is catching what it needs to. The vent baffle/duct will be on one side of the assembly as you can see in the video so it is not uncommon for one side to see more dust and debris than the other. If you are not getting air to all parts of the vent, then I do recommend checking...
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  • Replacement Roof Top A/C to Replace Ducted Dometic Duo Therm 15000 Btu Unit
  • The Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACDOM150 replaces your Dometic rooftop RV AC unit. It plugs directly into your Dometic setup if it has a 6 pin connector. I spoke with my contact at Advent Air and they mentioned that this unit will work if you have a thermostat on the wall.
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  • Will Furrion Chill Work To Replace Airxcel Model 9330D713
  • Yes, the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner part # FACR15SA-BL can be used to replace a Coleman Mach (9330D713) made by Airxcel. If you wanted to reuse your existing distribution box and thermostat you will also need the Coleman Adapter Wiring Kit for Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioners part # C-FACR15SA-A01. Otherwise, you could do a new install by adding the following parts. Premium Wall Thermostat part # FACW12PA-BL Air Distribution Box part # FACT12SA-PS Single Zone Controller...
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  • Will Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACDOM150 Use Dometic Analog Thermostat
  • The Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACDOM150 includes the AC unit which connects directly to your Dometic wiring as well as the Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT. This means that you will just remove your current unit and set this one in its place. The Start Capacitor keeps enough charge to start your AC unit which is great for times when the starting draw of the AC unit might exceed the output of the campsite. This unit uses your existing Dometic ceiling vent and thermostat.
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  • Replacement for Dometic Duo Therm Air Conditioner
  • We do have replacements for a Dometic Duo Therm air conditioner but do not carry the model you asked about so don't have familiarity with it. Instead, for an easy replacement I recommend the 15,000 Btu Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup with Start Capacitor # ACDOM150 (White) or # ACDOM150B (Black). These are also available in the lower 13,500 Btu with the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup with Start Capacitor # ACDOM135 (White)...
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  • Ceiling Vent and Controller for Furrion Chill Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
  • For the inside vent assembly that works with the Furrion Chill Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # FACR14SA-PS you will need the Air Distribution Box # FACT12SA-PS. This will mount to the RV/trailer ceiling and can be used with ducted and non-ducted systems. For the controller you will use part # FACC12SA-BL. We do also have this particular AC system as part of a complete kit with part # F14PA12SASA-W, which includes the vent, controller, and thermostat.
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  • Replacement Parts for Dometic Atwood 15028 Air Command Air Conditioner
  • The internal components for the Dometic Atwood 15028 Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner can be found with part # AT15022. This includes the ceiling vent, digital thermostat, and wireless remote. For the complete Air Conditioner Assembly that includes these parts and the actual unit, you can use part # AT15028-22.
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  • How Is the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup ACCAR150 Controlled
  • The Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Carrier Setup part # ACCAR150 is just a replacement overhead unit that is designed to work with whatever controls an existing Carrier RV Air Conditioner (i.e. wall thermostat or remote). If you are looking for a new unit which can be controlled via a wall thermostat, the Furrion Chill Premium RV Air Conditioner System part # F15PA12SASA-W is a great option.
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  • What Power Source Typically Powers a Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner
  • The Furrion Chill Premium RV Air Conditioner System # F14PA12SASA-W that you referenced uses AC power like what a home uses and not 12 volt DC power like what a battery provides. This typically gets powered by a generator like the part # 333-0002. Even if you converted a battery to AC power it would not have the amount of wattage needed to run this unit. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Ceiling Vent Assembly for Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
  • To install the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150B you will need the Ceiling Vent Assembly with Built In Thermostat - Non-Ducted # ACDB. This will give you the complete set-up to keep your RV cool!
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  • RV Air Conditioner Recommendation to Replace Coleman Mach
  • We have the Furrion Chill for Coleman Setups part # FACR15SA-W-C which would be a really great option. This is one of the quietest and coldest blowing AC units out there and since it was designed to install in place of a Coleman unit like you have the install would be very easy and allow you to use your current controls and thermostat. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Air
  • We do have systems you can use which will allow you to very easily replace your Dometic Brisk Air AC on your 5th wheel. You can choose from the cooling capacity you want, as well as the color you need, with one of the following from Furrion, which you can plug in: - 14,500 Btu: Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - White # FR29SR or Black # FR66SR - 15,500 Btu: Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Brisk Setup - White # FR96SR or...
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  • How Much Power Is Needed to Run My Air Conditioner/Heater in my Trailer
  • In most cases, depending on the specs of the AC/Heater unit you can run it on 1500w but starting it up takes much more power. Some units, like the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup w/ Start Capacitor - 13,500 Btu - White # ACCOL135 have a start capacitor that store energy specifically for these situations to avoid overloading your trailer's electrical system. In all likelihood, they gave you a rather basic answer without knowing the actual power consumption of...
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  • Will My Furnace Still Work If Installing the Furrion Dual AC Units
  • Yes. You will still be able to use your RV's furnace system normally when swapping over to the Furrion # F15ZA12SAZA-W, you will just need to wire the furnace controls (which should be attached to your old thermostat) into the included thermostat. As long as your old thermostat controlled both the AC and the furnace there shouldn't be many hoops to jump through on this. I've linked our review video of this system for you to have a look at.
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  • Where Do the 2 White Freeze Wires Go When Swapping Coleman for Furrion Chill AC
  • In regards to installing the Furrion Chill Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup part # FACR15SA-W-C, there should be two white wires on the power unit for the old unit which are labeled as freeze cords. These will go to temperature probes on the new unit which you can see in the attached photo.
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  • Replacement Ceiling Vent Assemblies for an Advent Air Conditioner 135 Unit
  • If by replacement fan and motor you mean the Ceiling Vent Assembly # ACDB for non-ducted or # ACRG15 for ducted RVs then we carry those as the above mentioned part numbers. These are compatible with the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135. We don't carry any replacement grommets or mounting hardware for any of our Advent units so you would need to source that elsewhere. The closest thing that you may have meant by grommet is a seal like part # A10-1414 which is 3/4" thick...
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  • Adding a Second Furrion AC Unit to a Dometic Multi Zone RV AC Unit Setup
  • We have a Furrion 15.5k BTU AC unit that would be perfect for your setup with the Furrion Chill part # FR86SR which was designed to install in place of a Dometic unit so it would wire right up to what you have and can integrate into the 2 zone controller you have. If you only had a single zone controller and thermostat you'd have to get a Dometic 2 zone setup which we do not offer so that you can control both. Once you have that though the Furrion will wire in just like the Dometic...
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  • Are Air Filters Supposed to Pull out of Atwood Air Command
  • You are correct, the air filter is supposed to just pull out of an Atwood Air Command like part # AT15028-22 but if yours is stuck you will need to access them another way by removing the screws. According to the manufacturer, these air filters are supposed to be checked and cleaned at least every two weeks. It sounds like yours may have been in there a while longer if they are stuck so I strongly recommend replacing it with the Replacement Air Filter for Air Command Rooftop Ducted RV...
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  • Can Non-Ducted Vent Assembly be Used with Atwood Air Command AT15028
  • Your bus application is definitely a non-ducted application so you are on the right track now in that you need a non-ducted AC setup. Since you ordered a ducted setup currently you could replace the lower duct setup with the non-ducted vent assembly part # AT15021 that you referenced and you'd be set. The top units between the Atwood ducted and non-ducted kits are the exact same including the wiring. That said, depending on shipping cost offsets it might be better to return the ducted...
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  • Atwood Air Command Ducted Unit Wiring for Thermostat Connection
  • The Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump - 13.9 Amp - 15,000 Btu - Ducted - White # AT15028-22 comes with the extension cable you are seeking but it is not available as a separate part. The only kit we have that includes it is the Replacement Vent, Wall-Mount Thermostat, and Remote for Air Command RV Air Conditioner - Ducted # AT15022. You may want to consider splicing in wire like the Deka Wire - Jacketed 4-Wire - 16/4 Gauge - per Foot # DW03240-1 if you don't...
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  • White Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Unit Recommendation Plus Install Kit
  • The white version of the Advent Air Rooftop AC Unit part # ACM153B is the part # ACM135. To install this you'll also need the thermostat and vent kit part # AT15021 and you'd be set!
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  • Does Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 Come with Heat Strip
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 doesn't come with a heat strip directly but you can add one with part # ACMHD. This is a great combination that can be controlled by the Ceiling Vent Assembly # ACDB. Attached are some installation videos for you to check out as well.
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  • Advent RV AC Units that Can be Installed in Place of Carrier Units Easily
  • We have Advent RV AC units that were designed to fit as replacements for Carrier units like what you have. We have the 15,000 BTU unit part # ACCAR150 that you referenced and also the 13,500 BTU unit part # ACCAR135. These come with wiring that allows you to easily plug in these units to the wiring already present from Carrier. The wiring kit adapter by itself is the part # ACCARKIT but with either unit I mentioned this is already included.
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  • Best Replacement for Carrier RV Air Conditioning Unit on 2006 Holiday Rambler Presidential 5th Wheel
  • The only direct replacement for Carrier AC Units we offer are going to be the Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioners # ACCAR150 or # ACCAR135 . I recommend going with the 15000 BTU unit to help cool your 2006 Holiday Rambler. These Advent units are designed for use with your existing Carrier thermostat and ceiling vents and provide a "plug and play" in terms of ease of installation. These units come equipped with a start capacitor that stores power to allow for starting the AC unit...
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  • Air Conditioner Cover for Atwood Air Command
  • I have a solution that may work for you, but it looks like the Atwood Air Command units are 39" long x 26-1/2" wide x 14-1/2" tall, so the only air conditioner cover we offer that will fit that unit is the Adco # 290-3023 . This Adco cover is designed to fit units 43-3/4" long x 29" wide x 14" tall, so this cover would leave 1/2" of space between the A/C unit and the roof of the RV.
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  • Installation of Furrion AC Unit in Place of Carrier/Suburban AC Unit
  • Yes. When installing the Furrion Roof Top Air Conditioning Unit # F14PA12SASA-W unit that you purchased it will be as simple as connecting the two brown wires from the controller to the new thermostat. With that said, there is not a compatible heat strip that you can add to these units so that it also functions as a heater in addition to the air conditioning function.
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  • 15,500 Btu Furrion Chill Air Conditioner Compatible With Dometic Brisk Thermostat
  • We do have the exact 15,500 Btu Furrion Chill air conditioner that will replace your Dometic Brisk Air, and it is compatible with your analog thermostat. You don't need to replace anything else as the Furrion Chill will just plug into your existing wiring as it uses the same 6-pin connector. I have added some cut outs from reviews that our customers have posted showing their experience replacing their Dometic units with the Furrion Chill. This AC is available in either White or Black...
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  • Which Advent Air AC Unit for Replacing Dometic AC Unit in RV
  • We have a version of the Advent Air that was designed to replace the Dometic Duo Therm easily with the part # ACDOM135. This comes with everything needed for a simple install and allows you to use all of the Dometic controls you have now so it's definitely the way to go.
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  • Is 13,500 Btu Advent Air Conditioner Compatible with Ducted RV System
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 is compatible with both ducted or non-ducted systems so it will work great with your RV! Since Duo-Therm is a Dometic product this AC unit should work with your control box as Advent made sure their products works with Dometic AC units. I do recommend also installing the Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT as well. This stores energy needed to start the Advent unit so that you aren't pulling a lot of power just to start your AC unit.
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  • Is the Air Circulation Fan on the Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner Constant
  • The air circulation fan on the Furrion Chill RV Air Conditioner and Air Distribution Box part # FAC1411MA-W is constant as that is what pushes air over the temperature sensor so the thermostat can get an accurate reading of the air temperature. I cannot speak for all RV air conditioners but I do know the majority of them function in this manor. It's the best way to get the most accurate reading.
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  • Can I Use Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner To Replace Ducted Dometic 13,500 in Forest River
  • The Advent Air Replacement RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup w/ Start Capacitor part # ACDOM135 is a direct replacement for the Dometic 13,500 Btu ducted system in your 2016 Forest River Heritage Glen Wildwood fifth wheel. The Advent system will plug into your existing setup and allow you to use your existing air distribution box and thermostat so you will not need any additional parts unless you want to add a heat strip part # ACMHD for frosty mornings.
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