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Was 109 degrees here in Arkansas yesterday with more to come. My air conditioner is having a hard time keeping it cool. Do they make a window air conditioner for 5th wheels ? I have not been able to find one. I hate to stick a small house conditioner in here & make it look trashy. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks,


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Posted: 06/27/12 05:59pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If u want, u can by a room to room A/C unit,and it can be ducted out through the sliding window, just turn the vent sideways, nothing hanging outside to make the trailerhood look trashy


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Thanks whiskeyrunner. I went & found them. You think than 8,000 btu would ?help cool a 30 ' 5th

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I had one, wouldn't help much. It will be pulling air from outside in and actually made it warmer inside.

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YOU CAN NEVER GET A AIR CONDITIONER TOO BIG, TOO SMALL IS WORSE THAN NOT HAVING ONE


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So the room to room air conditioners don't work ?

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I use one at home to cool (supplement house AC) a glass room. It works fine. If someone had one that didn't cool then there was a problem. Try to find one that vents moisture thru the exhaust tube rather than a catch basin. LG Model # LP0910WNR 9000btu $349 at Home Depot.

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Put a second one up on the roof like everybody else that lives down here....


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2nd idea, even try a de-humiderfer, get the moister out of the trailer and it will feel cooler, get the humidity down to 30-35 % and it will feel comfortable

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X2 on 2nd A/C on the roof, that is what we did.


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