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Posted: 03/25/20 07:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well we are almost full timers & the bunkhouse room with house doors.
We are in texas & that back room gets pretty hot even with todays high of only 87. I have a portable AC but I'm fairly certain the window exhaust attachements are all for square frame windows, which we have rounded corners.. What is the best method to tackle a window exhaust port for a portable ac in an rv? A quick search on amazon/ebay & google are slim pickens for ideas.

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Temporarily, I would cut a piece of heavy cardboard to fit in the window and run the vent through the cardboard.
Did you check Youtube for DIY portable a/c vents?

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Posted: 03/26/20 08:38am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Or a piece of styrofoam insulation board.


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cardboard to try form and fit then have it cut from aluminum?


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I used Plexiglass and cut it to fit both the tube and the window.





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I use a box fan in the doorway on my 32' rear BH.


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