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Discussion in 'Heating / Cooling Systems' started by Adam Metoxen, Sep 6, 2018.
It's done. Thanks for the ideas. One more thing. What amp cord should I use?
20 amp, if you’re asking about for the AC unit itself. Needs it’s own circuit in the converter also
Now that wasn't a bad job .....was it?
I'm plugging it in the outlet next to the converter. Do I still need a 20amp cord?
It should have come wired with a 20 amp plug so if that’s what the receptacle is then it was dedicated for it. You still need to make sure you’ve got a 20 amp circuit. It will run on 15amp but you can damage the unit by doing so.
Mine did not come with a cord
When I replaced the cord on mine, I bought this. Because it runs across the ceiling and then just hangs inside the camper, I wanted the extra insulation around it, as opposed to just buying regular wiring. You may be able to buy this extra insulated type wire in a hardware store and then just wire on the plug, but I couldn't find it.
Usually the plug for the AC is found under the dinette bear the converter. It’s a sideways prong plus which won’t allow you to plug into a standar outlet. You can pick the outlet up at HD or Lowe’s. But it will need to be installed into that 20 amp circuit. If you do already have that, you may already have the outlet?
Looks nice, any pics of the install process?
So your saying if I have a roof vent in my camper it has built in brace? I’m looking to install AC on my 1999 JAYCO Eagle 12SO
Yep.... If you have a 14x14 vent..... put it in the hole and plug it in.
I have a 1995 Viking 195SD. It has a center vent. Idk about support or bracing though. How do I find out? Coachmen said they didn't start bracing them until 1996. Is the roof strong enough to hold an AC?