Originally Posted by Texas Camper
We have a Aspen Trail Camper 2890 BHS. The AC unit is located in the living area of the camper. Duct work runs to the bathroom, bunkhouse, two in the living area and 1 in the front bedroom. We mainly let the AC unit vent into the mail living area, but we do have the option to close the main flow vent and force air through the duct work. I find that little air is passed and eventual the AC unit gets too cold and shuts down.
Any suggestion for making sure the ducts are clear and getting the best flow they can? Could small 12v fans be placed in the vents to help force a better air flow?? You can feel cool air coming out but the volume is pretty low.
As always Thanks All...
Not knowing how RVs are constructed does hinder a proper plan.
Our 2018 243 BHSL acts exactly the same.
So my question is how much space is there in the "attic". Are the ducts a flat piece to be able to fit?
I dont mind ripping into anything, but need a bit of knowledge. I am assuming maybe Texan is in same boat.
This Forum is amazing! Tons of info! The problem is:
Do a search for "duct" or AC and its like GOOGLE haha
Here is my understanding after reading tons of posts.
The fine artisans at Dutchman are too busy to complete the duct work properly at the VENT END and the AC unit end. So what we end up with is loose connections or no connections and we are losing air. Probably lots of air.
At the vent end I have a round disc. No screws or method fastening visible. Do you just yank and VOILA it becomes apparent??
On the AC end are the ducts visible and available to fix from underneath the unit? No reason to get on top.
I can DUCTTAPE the heck out of something if I can get to it.