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Much of a difference between 13,500 or 15,000 BTU A/C?

I’m getting ready to add a second A/C to our t/t that came equipped with a 15,000 Dometic unit. It worked fine but it did get a little warm last summer when we went away for two weeks. Looking to either go with the 13,500btu or 15,000btu Dometic Brisk Air 2. I’m putting it in the bedroom and it will have its own dedicated line. Cost isn’t a factor but I was just wondering if there really is a noticeable difference in cooling. TYIA.
Buzzcut 03/21/19 07:54am Tech Issues
RE: Coachmen Trailer rims warning

Sorry fellows, but if Coachmen uses these inferior rims on their Rv’s that they sell then it is part of their problem, IMHO.
Buzzcut 03/20/19 01:45pm Travel Trailers
Coachmen Trailer rims warning

Just a heads up to those who own a Coachmen travel trailer or who may be purchasing one in the future. We have a 2016 321 Freedom Express Liberty with only a limited amount of trips. I take pride in keeping it very clean and immaculate however the finish on the aluminum rims are starting to deteriorate after only two years. It’s a disgrace that I had to take the Chinese bomb tires off after only a year but now these rims will need to be replaced as well. The manufacturer , Lionshead tire and wheel, were absolutely no help whatsoever and stated that I should not waxed them once the finish started to deteriorate. I’m just holding my breath wondering what’s gonna need replacing next.??
Buzzcut 03/19/19 12:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Switching surge guard brands

My SG was working fine when we left our home. Plugged in at the CG and it was clicking loudly but with no fault code. Unplugged and then used my brothers SG, same model, and that worked fine. I checked it at several different pedestals and I received the same results. I then utilized a back up SG and everything worked normally.
Buzzcut 07/09/18 09:12pm Tech Issues
Switching surge guard brands

I had my previous TRC Surge Guard for several years when it finally went. Since it was user friendly and seemed to be very reliable, I purchased another new one (50 amp version) however this time it only lasted about a year and a half, about 5 trips. The 1 year only warranty is kinda surprising to me but that's all that it was warrantied for and they don't refurb them so its time to change directions. I think surge guards are very important and a small price to pay for protection but I would think that there should be somewhat of a longer warranty just as long no electrical hit was suffered. Anyway, went with the new Progressive surge protector so we'll see how this goes. Report to follow.
Buzzcut 07/09/18 08:02am Tech Issues
Shower door shattered

Upon arriving at the CG, we found that the SKY brand, three glass panel door on our rigs shower door had broken. Only one of the glass panels was broken. I definitely locked/ secured the door prior to leaving however it was an 11 hour trip and the temps were really high in the camper. Not sure what caused this but I need to get it replaced. I’m going to contact the manufacturer but has anyone dealt with this before and if so what did you do? Thanks??
Buzzcut 06/27/18 12:01pm Travel Trailers
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