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  • Recommended Air Conditioning Unit for an Enclosed Trailer
  • The most cost effective air conditioning unit we have for your enclosed trailer is the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner part # ACM135. This unit has a 13,500 Btu rating which will do an excellent job of keeping your alpacas cool, three speed adjustable fan so you can customize air flow, and foam pads to prevent vibration/noise. The unit weighs 68 lbs, install in a 14-1/4" long x 14-1/4" wide opening, and requires 1450 watts of electricity which you will need to make sure your...
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  • Recommended AC Unit for 22x8x7 Foot Race Trailer
  • Since you don't currently have and AC unit, I recommend the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Ceiling Vent and Start Capacitor - 15,000 Btu - White # ACM150C. This will give you the ability to cool your race trailer faster and won't have the big power draw at start due the integrated capacitor. The Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner - 11.3 Amps - 13,500 Btu - Non-Ducted - White # AT15025-21 will also work well for you but is not priced as nicely and does not have...
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  • Replacing Carrier AC Unit with Advent Air AC on a 2007 Holiday Rambler Savoy 30 Travel Trailer
  • Yes that is how I understand it as well. The Advent Air AC unit # ACCAR150 replaces the main Carrier unit on the roof and includes a wiring harness so the new AC unit can interface with the existing Carrier parts inside the RV or trailer.
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  • Best Air Conditioner to Replace Coleman Unit in a Travel Trailer
  • We currently carry two different brands of air conditioning units which are Atwood and Advent. The best and quietest of the two brands is Advent. For your trailer, I recommend using the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner w/ Ceiling Vent and Start Capacitor part # ACM135C for 13,500 Btu's or part # ACM150C for 15,000 Btu's. The best feature of this unit is that it has a start capacitor that uses stored energy to kick on your air conditioner. In some instances after the trailer has been...
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  • Parts Needed to Install Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 in RV
  • With the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM135 that you referenced you will need to also get the interior vent setup part # ACDB which comes with a thermostat as well.
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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 Air Conditioner Shroud for 2000 Coleman Setup
  • I have two options and which one you need will depend on your Coleman unit. If you have the 13,500 Btu, then you will want the Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 13,500 Btu - White # ACCOL135 or Black # ACCOL135B. If you have the 15,000 Btu, then you will want the Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup - 15,000 Btu - Black # ACCOL150B or White # ACCOL150.
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  • Rooftop AC Unit Recommendation for 2007 Fleetwood Niagara Pop Up
  • A smaller roof top AC unit like the Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACM135C would work great with your 2007 Fleetwood Niagara pop up. This comes with the ceiling vent assembly as well. It is rated at 13,500 Btu.
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  • Replacing Airxcel With Advent Rooftop AC
  • I spoke with a representative of Advent who told me that yes, you can use the Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Coleman Setup # ACCOL135 (White) or # ACCOL135B (Black) to replace your Airxcel unit, which I believe you meant was model 8333B876, as there was no model with those numbers that had a "D" in it.
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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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  • What is Flash Freeze Technology on Advent Ceiling Vent Assembly?
  • That is an excellent question; the FlashFreeze technology that is a part of the Ceiling Vent Assembly with Wall Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners - Ducted # ACRG15 simply means the airflow from the Advent AC will be blown directly into your RV's living area. The benefit of this is that it will cool down your RV quicker because of the direct air flow.
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  • Can Advent Air Conditioner Unit # ACM150 Fit Pop Up Camper
  • The AC unit part # ACM150 that you referenced can be used on a pop up camper. It is designed to fit the very standard roof vent opening 14-1/4 by 14-1/4 inch like what you most likely have. The thermostat and vent side of this is part # ACDB that you'll need as well.
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  • Is Advent AC Compatible With Carrier AC Fan?
  • According to Advent, in order to replace your Carrier with the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 and use three-speed fan you will also need the Ceiling Vent Assembly with Wall Mounted Thermostat for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACRG15 and to replace your Carrier thermostat with the one in this kit. If you only wanted to replace the AC unit with the Advent # ACM150, you would simply need Carrier Adapter Kit # ACCARKIT, so long as your Carrier thermostat and relay box...
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  • What AC Units Does Advent Air Electric Heat Strip # ACMHD Fit
  • I wish I could say yes, but the Advent Air Electric Heat Strip # ACMHD only fits the following Advent AC units: 77-9114 - 13,500 BTU White Air Conditioner. 77-9116 - 13,500 BTU Black Air Conditioner. 77-9115 - 15,000 BTU White Air Conditioner. 77-9117 - 15,000 BTU Black Air Conditioner.
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  • Recommended RV Rooftop AC Unit with Ceiling Vent and Controls
  • Great question. We do have the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 with the interior components. It is part # ACM150C and it also includes the start capacitor. That capacitor is extremely helpful in making sure you can start your AC even when the shore power isn't able to draw that capacity. The capacitor will automatically refill to ensure you never have an issue starting your AC. The vent assembly has a built in thermostat to control fan settings and temperature. There...
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  • Replacement Fan Blower Motor for an RV Air Conditioner Unit
  • I do have advice for you but unfortunately, we do not carry any replacement blower fan motors for any of our air conditioner units. I would also not be able to confirm if you can use one brand's motor in place of another though my guess would be no. I recommend checking with the manufacturer to see if the part you are looking for is able to be replaced. If not and you do decide to replace the entire unit or in the near future then the most cost effective option we have for you is the Advent...
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  • Amperage Draw of Advent Air Conditioner part # ACM135 When Using Start Capacitor
  • The Advent Air Conditioner part # ACM135 has a running amperage draw of 15 amps and a starting amperage draw of 45. If you were to use the Start Capacitor for Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACMSCKIT too then the start amperage draw would drop down to 15 amps.
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  • Generator Recommendation to Power Advent Air RV Air Conditioner # ACM135
  • The Advent Air RV Air Conditioners # ACM135 that you referenced draws 1,450 watts. A 2,000 watt Honda generator would easily work to power this. We have a 2,000 watt generator from A-iPower part # 289-SUA2000i that would also work and cost less than a Honda.
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  • Weight of the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150
  • The Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACM150 is still fairly new to the AC scene which is why it doesn't have very many reviews. With that being said, we haven't really had much customer feedback as of yet (March 2018). It does weigh less (68 lbs) than the Coleman units which is an attractive quality. The 6 foam pads and 6 fan blade help to really quiet the AC unit while providing you with quite a lot of power. The condensation dispersion cooling system uses the excess water in...
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  • Economically Priced AC Unit Recommendation for Trailer Not Ducted for AC
  • Since the trailer does not have ducts built into it for AC venting you'll want a non-ducted AC unit like the # ACM135C which would work well. This is our best priced kit that comes with everything needed to install.
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  • What is Warranty of Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner # ACDOM150B
  • The Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup # ACDOM150B that you referenced has a 2 year warranty.
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  • Replacement Air Conditioner for a 2007 Enduramax Wide Open with Ducted Dometic AC System
  • Yes, the Advent Air AC unit # ACDOM150 will work in place of your ducted Dometic system. It will work with your existing DuoTherm thermostat. You will not have to use a different ceiling assembly. This Advent Air model is rated at 580 cubic feet per minute and has a true 15,000 btu capacity (meaning that it is not rounded up like other manufacturers do).
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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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  • Recommended Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner For A Dometic Unit In A 2015 Mountaineer RV
  • I just reached out to my contact at the manufacturer ASA Electronics, and I was advised that as long as the Dometic is using their 6 pin connector between the upper unit and ceiling assembly, the # ACM150 will sit on top in place of the existing upper unit. The only compatibility you would need to verify would be between the upper unit and the ceiling assembly. So as long as the Dometic uses the 6 pin connector, the ACM150 will sit on top of your existing setup.
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  • Air Conditioning Kit Needed for a 6 x 6 x 12 Enclosed Cargo Trailer
  • For an air conditioning kit I recommend either part # ACM135C in white or part # ACM135BC which is the same part but in black. These kits include a 13,500 Btu AC unit along with the ceiling vent and the start capacitor. When it comes to wiring for your AC unit this really need to be done by a professional. Typically our customers are just replacing old units so there is no wiring kit used to get everything hooked up to the electricity on your trailer.
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  • What is the Amperage Draw for Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioner ACDOM150
  • I spoke with my contact over at Advent Air about air conditioner # ACDOM150. She said that the max amperage draw is 13.5 amps.
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  • Current Draw of Advent Air Roof Mount Air Conditioners ACM135 and ACM150
  • Power consumption of the Advent Air Rooftop RV Air Conditioners # ACM135 and # ACM150 is nominally rated in watts, 1450 watts for the 13,500 btu unit and 1750 for the larger 15,000 btu model. This can be converted to current (amps) by dividing the wattage by the operating voltage: 1450 watts / 115 volts = 12.6 amps 1750 watts / 115 volts = 15.2 amps
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  • Availability of Replacement Motor for a Carrier AC Unit
  • I do have a solution for you to have a working AC unit but unfortunately we do not carry any replacement motors for a Carrier AC unit. We do have some AC units that connect directly to the wiring for a Carrier unit though. Advent has their 13,500 BTU AC units # ACCAR135 for white or # ACCAR135B for black that include an adapter that makes it a direct replacement for your Carrier unit. I also recommend installing a Start Capacitor # ACMSCKIT for your AC unit. This product stores enough...
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  • Replacement AC Unit for 1994 National RV Motorhome with Dual AC Units
  • The Advent Air Replacement Rooftop RV Air Conditioner for Dometic Setup - 15,000 Btu - Black # ACDOM150B is what you will want as a replacement because it comes with the start capacitor so you will be able to run both units. The start power is usually what keeps people from running both units, but if you replace both units with these then you won't have any issue. When you are able to run both units, you can absolutely go with the 13,500 btu unit instead. I recommend the Advent...
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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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